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UNC Men's Basketball Falls At Virginia Tech, 80-72, In Fourth Straight Loss

UNC’s slide got steeper Sunday. The free-falling No. 18 Tar Heels were beaten 80-72 by Virginia Tech at Cassell Coliseum, becoming as another early season stumble from UNC. The Tar Heels, the unbeaten No. 1 team in college basketball 10 days ago, suffered their fourth straight loss, after cutting Virginia Tech’s 18-point lead to three in the final three minutes. (Inside Carolina)

Tar Heel Guard D'Marco Dunn Out With Broken Hand

UNC sophomore guard will be out for several weeks with a broken bone in his left hand, the school announced Sunday. Dunn injured his hand in practice on Saturday. The 6-foot-5, 190-pound Tucson, Ariz. native has played in all eight games for UNC this season. He is averaging 2.8 points and 0.4 rebounds across 10.1 minutes per game. (Inside Carolina)

UNC Men’s Basketball at Virginia Tech: How to Watch, Streaming Options, Tipoff Time

Those hoping to listen to UNC vs. Virginia Tech basketball on the radio with on the call can do so on one of the Tar Heel Sports Network radio affiliates or by streaming the radio broadcast on Television coverage of the game begins at 3 p.m. on ACC Network. A live video stream will be available on ESPN’s digital platforms. (

Tar Heels Visit 7-1 Virginia Tech For ACC Men's Basketball Opener

Virginia Tech has played eight games and sustained one loss thus far in the 2022-23 basketball season. The Hokies lost to College of Charleston, 77-75, in the championship game of the Charleston Classic, one week after UNC beat College of Charleston 102-86. Virginia Tech has been off since defeating Minnesota on Monday in the ACC-Big Ten Challenge. (Inside Carolina)

North Carolina At Virginia Tech: 5 Things To Watch

North Carolina wobbles into Cassell Coliseum on Sunday to open ACC men's basketball play, as the No. 18 Tar Heels take on Virginia Tech at 3:00 p.m. on the ACC Network. The Tar Heels have lost three straight games and are looking to snap the skid; it’s the ACC opener and a key road game against a team expected to play in the NCAA Tournament. (Tar Heel Illustrated)

UNC Men's Basketball Looks To End Skid At Virginia Tech Sunday - Pregame Notes

The 70th season of ACC play begins for the Tar Heels when they travel to Virginia Tech for a 3 p.m. tip on Sunday. UNC has lost three games in a row since an 89-81 win over Portland on Nov. 24 in the opening round of the Phil Knight Invitational. Carolina is 72-16 all-time vs. the Hokies, including 19-6 since Virginia Tech began playing in the ACC in 2004-05. (

UNC basketball looks to jump-start stagnant offense in ACC opener against Virginia Tech

reiterated on Friday that is expected to play at Virginia Tech, despite suffering a shoulder injury in the game at Indiana. Hobbled or not, Sunday’s game carries a sense of urgency for UNC. The Tar Heels are on a three game losing streak. They haven’t lost four in a row since losing seven straight in February 2020. (

Tar Heels in NBA: Anthony plays well again in second game back; Little out six weeks

It’s only taken two games to find a groove after missing 16 games with a right oblique tear. Anthony had 19 points, three 3-pointers, six rebounds, three assists, three steals and a block in the Orlando Magic’s 107-96 loss to the Cleveland Cavaliers. Portland’s is expected to miss six weeks with a mild femoral impaction fracture. (Tar Heel Tribune)

Hubert Davis Pre-Virginia Tech Press Conference Q&A

on the development UNC's bench play: "I really love what , Seth Trimble, and are doing. I'm very happy with the way they've been playing and they're going to get more minutes. Everybody else is continuing to get better and I'm looking for consistency in practice. Play well in practice and I'll play you in a game." (

Armando Bacot becomes face of Virginia activewear company's NIL program

As the name, image and likeness (NIL) landscape in college sports continues to evolve, companies are evolving with it. Charlottesville, VA based activewear company, Rhoback, has agreed to a NIL deal with UNC forward to make him the leading face of their Rhoback U college athlete program. Bacot is considered a "pillar" athlete by Rhoback. (WRAL Sports Fan)
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