Charlie Justice: Still Alone at the Top
|Born:||May 18, 1924|
|Died:||October 17, 2003|
On this day, in 1924, a boy was born in the Emma community of Asheville. He would grow up to be the greatest athlete to...Saturday May 18, 2019
Mack Brown Through the Years
Mack Brown got things going at North Carolina. He won six games in 1990, seven games in 1991, and nine games in 1996, capping it...Tuesday November 27, 2018
Charlie Justice's game jersey: A priceless gem for only ten bucks
Arguably the best North Carolina football team was the 1948 squad that finished the season undefeated and ranked third in the Associated Press poll. The...
Saturday November 10, 2018
Charlie Justice Era Letterman Bill Flamish Dies In Allentown
Bill Flamish, a three-year Letterman from 1946-48 on the Charlie Justice Era UNC football teams, died in his home in Allentown, Pa., on Sept. 1...
Sunday September 9, 2018
The story of UNC’s first Olympic medalist
Floyd “Chunk” Simmons was an all-around athlete in Chapel Hill in both football and track and field. The son of Davidson's football coach, Simmons was...
Sunday August 12, 2018
Days with Woody: Favorite memories from the Tar Heel Sports Network
It was great Sunday to see so many of the folks who worked alongside Woody Durham through the years on the Tar Heel Sports Network...
Monday April 9, 2018
Rapid Reactions: Georgia Tech
Two more field goals for Nick Weiler, who passed Charlie Justice for sixth on the all-time UNC scoring list with 12 points on Saturday. Weiler...
Saturday November 5, 2016
Former Tar Heel, Justice-Era Kicker Bob Cox Passes Away
Bob Cox, 90, a kicker on the famed Charlie Justice Carolina teams of the late 1940s, died peacefully on Monday following a stroke. After serving...Wednesday September 28, 2016
Picture Day 1946: When Hugh Morton met Charlie Justice
One of the most welcomed lettermen returning to the Tar Heels in 1946 was Hosea Rodgers, a 200-pound fullback who led Carolina to a victory...
Sunday August 21, 2016
How Bill Dooley Rebuilt A Program
Bill Dooley came to Chapel Hill in 1967 and rebuilt a football program that had sputtered since the Charlie Justice teams of the late 1940s...
Friday August 12, 2016