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The stories of Tar Heel coaches who led multiple different teams, Part 1

was UNC’s first ever men’s basketball coach. The former Olympic medal-winning sprinter had origially come to Chapel Hill to coach track when he was asked to help the newly formed basketball team. 's record as the coach of the women’s soccer team is unparalleled, but he actually started as coach of the men’s team. (Tar Heel Blog)

Giovani Bernard reflects on signing with Tampa Bay Buccaneers

After playing the first eight seasons of his career in Cincinnati, finds himself on a new team, fresh off a Super Bowl run. Not long after the former North Carolina star was released by the Bengals back in April, Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady and head coach Bruce Arians were in hot pursuit of getting Bernard down to Tampa Bay. (247 Sports)

Brownlow's Mailbag: Davis or Scheyer, UNC football's great expectations

What are the odds that North Carolina football can make the ACC title game, and any chance they can beat Clemson? Definitely. And while QB plays a big role in that thought process, so does having a defense that is young and talented and got a lot better towards the very end of of last season. It wore down at the end of the Texas A&M game. (WRAL Sports Fan)

UNC alum banking on bagels

At a wedding of all places, Alex Brandwein met a few Carolina professors. He thought to himself how great a school UNC-Chapel Hill must be for the bride and groom to invite them to one of the most important days of their lives. That’s what ultimately tipped the scale toward UNC-Chapel Hill and the Kenan-Flagler Business School for him to pursue an MBA. (UNC.edu)

Video: Life Off the Court With Coby White

Former UNC guard isn’t the type of player to just shut up and dribble. He looks to facilitate game-changing moves in real life the same way he does on the hardwood. White discusses why making an impact on his community is so important, the significance of family, the meaning behind White’s FMF tattoo, and his ultimate goal as a player. (Complex)

Video: UNC's Mack Brown Shows Off 'Drip' in First TikTok Video

On Thursday, UNC football coach dropped his first Tik Tok video which displayed his office and then showed off his various Jordan Brand sneakers and outfits or "drip," as the kids call it. Coach Brown is filmed wearing three different get-ups. The first features high-top Jordan sneakers, black pants, and a sharp black Jordan bomber jacket. (Inside Carolina)

Top 25 Players In UNC Basketball History: No. 8 - James Worthy

Former UNC forward was National Player of the Year in 1982, Final Four MOP, two-time All-American, named to the ACC 50th Anniversary team, Naismith Hall of Fame inductee, and his UNC jersey No. 52 is retired. Worthy helped lead the Tar Heels to consecutive appearances in the national championship game, defeating Georgetown in 1982. (Tar Heel Illustrated)

UNC Pitcher Austin Love Named First Team All-Region

was named as one of four starting pitchers on the Atlantic All-Region First Team, the American Baseball Coaches Association announced Saturday. Love finished the season with 129 strikeouts, which ranks second all-time in North Carolina history behind , who collected 133 in 2006. Love also received first-team All-ACC honors. (GoHeels.com)

Frank Maynard Plays 126 Holes At Finley In 14-Plus Hours

Not too many people can say that by 8:00 a.m. they've already played 36 holes of golf, a feat UNC Finley head professional Frank Maynard can attest to, which was just the beginning of a long, rewarding day of golf. Maynard teed it up Friday for 126 holes of golf – seven 18-hole rounds to raise money for scholarships for the children of military veterans. (GoHeels.com)

Bills minicamp: Mitch Trubisky solid, Antonio Williams makes plays

Second-year undrafted running back flashed the quickness and playmaking ability that Bills fans saw out of him when he played in the finale last year against the Miami Dolphins, scoring two touchdowns in the blowout. had a better afternoon than . He completed 8 of 12 passes compared to Allen's 3 of 12. (Syracuse.com)

Podcast: Chad Flack on the 2006 College World Series Team, Life After UNC, and More

Less than a week removed from the 15th anniversary of his walk-off home run against Alabama in the 2006 NCAA Tuscaloosa Super Regional, joins Boshamer Bulletin’s Pat James and UNC broadcaster Kyle Straub to talk about his memories from that game, the 2006 season, the lessons he learned at UNC and much more. (Listen To Podcast)

Chapel Hill Chef, UNC Grad Dan Jackson Wins Food Network’s ‘Chopped’ Competition

Chapel Hill chef and UNC alumnus Dan Jackson can add a new aspect to his resume: “Chopped” winner. The executive chef for the new Italian restaurant Osteria Georgi in Chapel Hill recently won Food Network’s “Chopped” competition on Tuesday, June 15. “The reason I got into cooking was more the competition of it, the athleticism of it,” Jackson said. (Chapelboro.com)

Ryan Switzer found a new perspective on life after watching his son fight for his own

parked his car and prayed. He'd never felt more sick or helpless. It was a Saturday morning in March and Switzer's life — his purpose — had been turned upside down. Hours earlier, the Browns wide receiver found his 9-month old son, Christian, asleep in a pool of his own blood. He grabbed Christian out of the bed and looked into his eyes. (Cleveland Browns)

Cole Anthony not happy with rookie team snub

Orlando Magic point guard was not one of the 10 players selected to the first or second teams for his rookie NBA season. Despite missing time during the year with an injury, Anthony was impressive in his first season in the league. Anthony finished his first NBA campaign averaging 12.9 points, 4.7 rebounds and 4.1 assists for the Magic. (Keeping It Heel)

Keeping Carolina beautiful

When UNC went to remote instruction in March 2020 because of COVID-19, many employees began working from home. But not all jobs can be done at home or online. Throughout the pandemic, Grounds Services workers stayed on the job to make sure the outdoor areas of historic campus remained clean and picturesque. A year later, they’re still at it. (UNC.edu)
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