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UNC Athletics Financial Report Breakdown and Discussion

UNC's athletic department reported a record $139.4 million in operating revenue during the 2022-23 fiscal year, which represents a 13.7% increase year-over-year. The school’s annual financial report details the operating revenue as well as a record $139.1 million in operating expenses. The athletic department reported a net revenue of $273,587. (Inside Carolina)

UNC Board of Trustees Focused on Athletics' Future in Changing Landscape

While the BOG’s recent action suggests system president Peter Hans and the board want their presence felt in any potential conference realignment conversation, the new policy will not change much on UNC’s end, according to UNC Board of Trustees chair John Preyer. "They want to see compelling financial reasons for any potential change in conference." (Inside Carolina)

Board moves ahead with policy that could stop UNC, NC State from leaving ACC

Any UNC System school — and that includes North Carolina and N.C. State — that wants to change athletic conferences will have to get approval from the system president and the board under a policy change approved by a board committee Wednesday. The change must be approved by the full 24-member Board of Governors before it goes into effect. (WRAL Sports Fan)

Carmichael Arena Lobby Dedicated In Dr. Beth Miller's Honor

Dr. Beth Miller spent more than 40 years working as part of the UNC Department of Athletics, and during that time she was part of thousands of gatherings in Carmichael Arena, whether cheering at games, coaching at practices, or mentoring student-athletes. Sunday, she was a central figure in another gathering at Carmichael, this one convened in her honor. (

Q&A: Kevin Guskiewicz's Front Row View of UNC Athletics

Former UNC Chancellor Kevin Guskiewicz: "A lot has changed in the last five years. You've got the Alston case that has impacted this. You've got the pay-for-play pending decisions in California. And there's a lot more still unknown. That uncertainty is creating anxiety about how our institution's going to support a strong, robust collegiate sports program." (Inside Carolina)

How UNC interim chancellor plans to leave the university ‘better than we found it’

Four days into his tenure as interim chancellor at UNC, Lee Roberts said the job so far, which has included “meeting as many folks as possible” and cheering on the Tar Heels at basketball games, among other tasks, has “been a lot of fun.” Roberts, a private investment manager and former state budget director, assumed the interim chancellorship Jan. 12. (

UNC System president, board could stop UNC, NC State from changing conferences

UNC or NC State won't be able to leave the ACC without approval from the UNC System president and its board of governors under a proposal to be considered by the board next week. "I think Carolina and State ought to be in the same conference," said House Speaker . "I think you’d have a lot of resistance to them split off in different conferences." (WRAL Sports Fan)

Bubba Cunningham: 'We Want to Have One (NIL) Brand' at UNC

The UNC athletics department is moving forward with a plan to centralize its name, image and likeness collectives, athletics director Bubba Cunningham discussed in a podcast interview released Friday. There are three collectives that the school has highlighted -- Heels4Life, Secondary Break Club, and NC Hall of Fame -- to bring under the same roof. (Inside Carolina)

Carolina Insider Podcast: UNC Basketball Visits BC; Bubba Cunningham, Lachlan McNeil Interviews

UNC Basketball won its sixth game in a row by topping Louisville on Wednesday and now travels to Boston College (9:30). UNC AD Bubba Cunningham gives an update on the changing college landscape (31:32). And Tar Heel wrestler Lachlan McNeil talks about his excellent season, wrestling for his home country Canada, and more (45:20). (Listen To Podcast)

A Message From Bubba Cunningham & John Montgomery On NIL

Over the last 2 1/2 years, three multi-sport collectives have formed to support Tar Heel NIL opportunities, which include facilitating autograph sessions, appearances, and commercial promotions. NIL options are vital to our 28 teams and more than 800 student-athletes, and we appreciate those of you who have contributed to those efforts to date. (
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