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UNC Pushes Back Against Research Allegations in The Athletic

UNC interim chancellor Kevin Guskiewicz has long been viewed as one of the leading concussion researchers in the world. But a report published in The Athletic claimed that for years UNC student-athletes, particularly football players, were testing positive for ADHD at abnormally high rates – which the report claims could have tainted some research. (

UNC Launches New Initiative to Support Women’s Athletics

Carolina Athletics and the Rams Club announced an initiative to celebrate and promote the university’s women’s athletics at the school. The initiative, called ForevHER, will champion the accomplishments made by UNC's 15 women’s athletics programs while aiming to empower student-athletes, improve their resources and inspire the Carolina community. (

UNC AD apologizes after UNC's video board trolled Clemson fans

North Carolina athletic director Bubba Cunningham issued an apology to Clemson regarding the game-day experience for the Tigers visit Saturday to Chapel Hill. During the game, UNC’s stadium video board trolled Clemson fans with implications of bandwagon status for the reigning national champions. "We addressed the inappropriateness of the spot." (Inside Carolina)

Carolina Insider Podcast: UNC-Clemson Recap, Late Night, Interim Chancellor Kevin Guskiewicz

How did the Tar Heels nearly stun Clemson, and how can they build off it? Plus, UNC tipped off basketball season with Late Night. Jones Angell and Adam Lucas take an early look at the team. Then, UNC Interim Chancellor Kevin Guskiewicz discusses his groundbreaking concussion research, challenges facing UNC, his history with athletics, and more. (

Chansky’s Notebook: The Carol Connection

Other AD jobs have opened, but none better than what Bubba Cunningham has now. Until this week. Southern Cal’s beleaguered athletic director Lynn Swann resigned amidst scandals and controversies that have rocked the Trojans’ program over the last year. And, of course, USC’s new president is Carol Folt, UNC’s Chancellor until last January. (

Athletic Department Power Index: UNC No. 1 in the ACC

The Athletic Department Power Index evaluates the desirability of Athletic Director jobs in every Division I conference across the country. Over 100 sitting Athletic Directors and executive-level administrators who currently are or could soon be an ACC AD were invited to share feedback on each AD job in the league, and North Carolina tops the list. (Athletic Director U)

Carolina Insider Podcast: Former UNC AD Dick Baddour, ACC Network launches, and More

Former UNC AD Dick Baddour joins Jones Angell and Adam Lucas to receive his Poddy for "Best Interview" in 2017, tell the story of when met , give his thoughts on 's return, and explain where the best doughnuts in North Carolina reside. Plus, the ACC Network launches, and beer and wine will be sold in Kenan Stadium. (

Here's what UNC fans can expect from the new ACC Network

What can UNC fans expect from the ACCN? The first thing to know is that the Tar Heels' home openers for both football and men's basketball – Sept. 7 against Miami and Nov. 6 against Notre Dame, respectively – will be broadcast exclusively on the ACC Network. That's bad news for UNC fans whose providers haven't yet announced a deal with the ACCN. (Daily Tar Heel)

Update on Alcohol Sales in Kenan Stadium for 2019 Season

As UNC's preseason training camp enters its second week and the Tar Heels's first home game is right around corner, it remains unclear whether UNC will be prepared and ready to sell alcohol in Kenan Stadium by September. According to a report by, the board of trustees authorized the sale of alcohol at certain athletics facilities on campus. (Inside Carolina)

No Timeline for Selling Alcohol as UNC Football Season Approaches

The board of trustees authorized the sale of alcohol at certain athletics facilities on campus, including Kenan Stadium, with a vote in April. But there is still “no timeline” for implementation, according to a statement from UNC senior associate athletic director for communications Steve Kirschner, adding the item is “still under discussion.” (
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