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UNC Well Positioned in Conference Expansion Arms Race

On Thursday, news broke that USC and UCLA were leaving the Pac-12 for the financially greener pastures of the Big Ten. Three hours after the initial report ran wild on social media, the final 2021-22 Learfield Director’s Cup standings were announced, confirming once again that UNC is an attractive option in the consolidation occurring atop college athletics. (Inside Carolina)

Video: Bubba Cunningham joins Packer & Durham

North Carolina Director of Athletics Bubba Cunningham joined Mark Packer and Wes Durham of the ACC Network's Packer & Durham show on Friday morning to discuss Name, Image, and Likeness, ACC spring meetings, turbulence in college athletics, recruiting and fair play, football scheduling, and much more. (View Video)

UNC athletic director Bubba Cunningham gets raise in salary, doubles some incentives

UNC athletic director Bubba Cunningham’s new 5-year contract runs through June 2027, with a bump in base salary and an increase that more than doubles his longevity incentives. Cunningham, who has presided over UNC sports since 2011, has a new salary of $814,868, up nearly $75,000, according to information publicly released on Friday. (Burlington Times News)

Carolina Insider Podcast: Brad Frederick Interview, ACC Spring Meetings, Ally Mastroianni

Basketball assistant coach discusses running the Boston Marathon, the transfer portal, and UNC's incredible season (34:47). Next, ACC Meetings concluded earlier this week with several key topics discussed (5:11). And finally an interview with from the No. 1-ranked UNC women's lacrosse team (25:45). (Listen To Podcast)

UNC AD Bubba Cunningham Discusses Navigating Era of the Super League

UNC Athletic Director Bubba Cunningham is concerned the ACC could lose its bigger programs to other leagues but admits there will be many ways to navigate the new era of college sports. "There are 1,100 programs in the NCAA, 350 in Division I. Stratification is going to happen, and we are going to have to get comfortable with different levels." (Inside Carolina)

Carolina Insider Podcast: NIL Discussion; Nate Wood Interview; New Late Night Name?

and Adam Lucas try to make sense of the ever-changing world of NIL as UNC's Associate AD for NCAA Compliance, Nate Wood, joins for an awesome and informative interview (17:48) Plus: decides whether or not a former Poddy winner should get a tattoo (1:06:44), new name for Late Night? (1:13:52) and more. (Listen To Podcast)

A message from Chancellor Guskiewicz on tonight’s Sweet 16 games

Dear Carolina Community, There are a pair of sweet-sixteen showdowns tonight as both our men’s and women’s basketball teams vie for NCAA titles. The amount of hard work and preparation that goes into this moment can’t be underestimated. It’s a gift to watch our student-athletes in action and a reminder of everything I love about our 28 sports teams. (

UNC vice chancellor resigns following report that said he plagiarized part of a grant application

UNC-Chapel Hill Chancellor Kevin Guskiewicz announced the resignation Thursday of Terry Magnuson, vice chancellor for research, in a letter sent out to the university's community. Magnuson's resignation comes two days after the Office of Research Integrity, issued a report that found he engaged in research misconduct by plagiarizing text. (WUNC)

Financial Report: UNC Athletics Made Ends Meet in 2020-21

The UNC athletic department navigated the impact of COVID-19 during the 2020-21 fiscal year with cost-cutting measures and a substantial increase in contributions. Those efforts resulted in a $50,432 budget deficit, according to the university’s annual financial report to the NCAA. Operating expenses outpaced total revenue for the third straight year. (Inside Carolina)

Video: Bubba Cunningham, John Montgomery join Packer & Durham

University of North Carolina Athletics Director Bubba Cunningham and Rams Club Executive Director John Montgomery joined Packer And Durham on Tuesday to talk about the legacy and process that became the newly named Media & Communications Center in Chapel Hill. (View Video)
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