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Carolina Insider Podcast: UNC Beats App; Tez Walker Situation; Kevin Best Interview

UNC beat Appalachian State, 40-34 in double OT behind a monster effort from (4:11). Former Carolina Football SID Kevin Best joins and Adam Lucas to discuss his 20+ years with the Tar Heels, communicating in crisis, and his new role (36:38). Plus: the NCAA's decision (1:24:04). (Listen To Podcast)

UNC Still Exploring Options For Tez Walker After Emergency Board Of Trustees Meeting

Though the NCAA may have closed its case on ’s eligibility, North Carolina continues to explore options for the wide receiver. The UNC Board of Trustees called an emergency meeting Monday at South Building, and confirmed at his press conference beforehand that they would go over "all the best options" for Walker. (Inside Carolina)

UNC Board of Trustees Schedules Emergency Meeting About Tez Walker

UNC's Board of Trustees have announced an emergency meeting for Monday at noon "to receive a legal update regarding an athletics matter." Per a source close to the situation, that athletics matter is UNC wide receiver . The meeting is to begin to explore -- and exhaust -- all possible avenues for Walker to gain eligibility, the source said. (Inside Carolina)

Bubba Cunningham bashes NCAA over Tez Walker ruling

On Thursday, the NCAA again denied UNC football transfer the ability to play during the 2023 season. The news was announced as part of a statement released on social media from coach , who was very much heated over the ruling. Following Brown’s statement, Director of Athletics Bubba Cunningham released a statement. (Keeping It Heel)

Bubba Cunningham discusses ACC expansion, Tez Walker at Raleigh Sports Club

On Wednesday, UNC athletic director Bubba Cunningham touched on ACC expansion, NIL, the transfer portal, anti-trust laws, the future of college athletics and standing in line to get the ACC Network added to his TV package. UNC could learn Thursday whether 's appeal was upheld and the wide receiver cleared to play. (

UNC chancellor Kevin Guskiewicz's statement on ACC expansion

After weeks of discussions, the Atlantic Coast Conference has officially agreed to add Stanford, California, and SMU to the conference beginning during the 2024-2025 school year. With expansion officially happening within the Atlantic Coast Conference, University of North Carolina Chancellor Kevin Guskiewicz released the following statement. (Keeping It Heel)

Sources: ACC votes to invite Cal, Stanford, SMU

The ACC is expanding from its Eastern roots. The ACC presidents and chancellors met on Friday morning and voted to add three new schools -- Stanford, Cal and SMU, sources told ESPN. It will bring the league to 18 members, 17 of which will play football full time in the league. The additions will be in all sports and will begin in the 2024-25 school year. (

UNC Board of Trustees announces opposition to ACC expansion

As the ACC prepares to meet again to discuss the potential additions of Cal, Stanford, and SMU, the Board of Trustees at UNC has announced its opposition to those moves. The board sent out a statement Thursday night reaffirming its stance against those additions. In order for such a move to happen, the ACC needs 12 of 15 schools to vote yes. (

A message from Chancellor Guskiewicz: Shooting on campus

Dear Carolina Community, This afternoon at 1:02 p.m., UNC Police were notified of shots fired in Caudill Laboratories on our campus. At approximately 2:30 p.m., the suspect was apprehended. There is no longer an immediate threat. I am grieved to report that one of our faculty members was killed in this shooting. We will send more details as we are able. (

Carolina Insider Podcast: The Cusp Of UNC Football Season

The Tar Heels kick-off the 2023 football season next weekend. and Adam Lucas look at some key storylines (8:23). Taylor Robertson, UNC Football's first female head manager, tells her story (25:13). Associate AD discusses current and future facility projects around Carolina Athletics (39:08). (Listen To Podcast)
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