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Former UNC Basketball Player Ed Stahl Dies in Auto Accident

Former UNC basketball player Ed Stahl has died after a two-vehicle accident on U.S. 23 in Orange Township Sunday morning. Edward R. Stahl, Jr., 64, of Columbus, was driving his 2006 BMW 530i just before 9:30 a.m. when he attempted to enter U.S. 23 and was struck on the driver’s side. Stahl was transported to Ohio Health-Lewis Center and pronounced dead at the hospital. (Columbus Dispatch)

Video: Woody Durham's Greatest Calls

As we learn of the sad news of legendary broadcaster Woody Durham's passing early Wednesday morning, March 7, 2018, re-live several of his more memorable moments on the microphone as Tar Heel memories were made. Read More...

Cameron Johnson Impressing New UNC Basketball Teammates

When Cameron Johnson announced his intent to transfer to North Carolina in June, UNC's senior leaders hoped Johnson could fill some of the void left by Justin Jackson's departure. Through North Carolina's allotted summer practices, pickup games and workouts, Johnson has been everything they wanted. "He’s a great fit, a great fit for us," Theo Pinson said. (Inside Carolina)

Video: Roy Williams, Theo Pinson, Luke Maye Meet the "Little Experts"

North Carolina basketball's Roy Williams, Theo Pinson, and Luke Maye face tough questions from ESPNU's "Little Experts" ahead of the Tar Heels' season-opening game against Northern Iowa on Friday. Read More...

Video: Justin Jackson Wedding Montage

Former North Carolina basketball All-American Justin Jackson got married over the summer and shares an extremely well-made video set to music of his special day with new bride, Brooke Copeland. Read More...

Photo: UNC Basketball's Two National Championship Rings

The North Carolina basketball team received two rings for winning the 2017 NCAA championship this year, as shown by student manager Maria Vanderford. The ring on the left was presented Saturday during a ceremony at Kenan Stadium and given by UNC. The ring on the right was awarded by the NCAA earlier this summer. Read More...

Video: Luke Maye Sends UNC to the Final Four - March 26, 2017

North Carolina sophomore forward Luke Maye drains a 20-foot jump shot with 0.3 seconds remaining to down Kentucky 75-73 in the South Regional finals in Memphis, Tennessee on Sunday, March 26, 2017. Read More...

An early look at UNC basketball's 2017 incoming freshmen

The UNC basketball team's 2017 recruiting class ranks 19th in 247Sports' team composite rankings and 17th in ESPN's. But the depth of this five-player class may be its defining characteristic. The newcomers are led by four-star guard Jalek Felton, the nephew of former Tar Heel Raymond Felton. Felton is the Tar Heels’ highest ranked national recruit at No. 30 overall. (Daily Tar Heel)

Video: Theo Pinson Summer Spotlight

North Carolina senior wing Theo Pinson discusses his game, why he came to North Carolina, and his relationship with coach Roy Williams. Incoming transfer guard K.J. Smith also discusses Pinson's role on the Tar Heels' basketball team and how he's helped to develop the younger players. Read More...

Video: UNC Men's Basketball Receives 2017 Championship Rings

Former national champion Tar Heels came back to Chapel Hill to present Roy Williams and the national championship team with the 2017 championship rings on September 9, 2017. Read More...

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