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Sports Channel 8 gave us a glorious “Return of the Mack” rewrite about Mack Brown and 90s reboots

In 1996, was the coach of the North Carolina Tar Heels football team (a role he held from 1988-97), and English R&B singer Mark Morrison released the (unrelated) hit single “Return of the Mack.” With Brown now back as head coach in Chapel Hill, North Carolina’s Sports Channel 8 produced a rewritten version of “Return of the Mack” Wednesday. (Awful Announcing)

@DaggumRoy a must-follow Twitter parody account for the NCAA Tournament

North Carolina head coach (@DaggumRoy): Maybe my favorite coach parody account across all sports. hails from Marion, N.C. and as a result, speaks with a southern drawl. Daggum Roy tweets as Williams using that southern drawl, which makes it hard to read the tweets without laughing. (Asbury Park Press)

Llamas on the Loose, as Called by Jones Angell

So yesterday, two llamas got loose in Sun City, Arizona, and proceeded to become the suspects in the greatest police chase since O.J. Simpson. It was a fantastic affair, and it (rightfully) blew social media up....While Angell’s call of sending N.C. State alpacking was great, llama have to say that this call is even better. (Tar Heel Depot)

How To Discuss The Wainstein Report With Your Wolfpack Relatives

Well, Carolina students and alumni, it’s that time of year. Families will be celebrating Thanksgiving and the holidays over the next few weeks, and — like it or not — your long lost cousins have been waiting years to make up for how much more successful your life has been than theirs. The trash talk re: the Wainstein Report is inevitable, so here are a few tips to remember to keep your Thanksgiving holiday running smoothly. (Raleigh & Company)

Satire: UNC Boosters Outraged That Some Athletes Took Real Classes

An organization of University of North Carolina athletic boosters expressed shock and outrage today over a report that a few members of UNC sports teams may have taken real classes, despite the widespread availability of fake ones. The report, which alleges that several players may have fulfilled the curriculum requirements of actual classes, sent shock waves through the UNC booster community. (The New Yorker)

Video: Andy Griffith's 'What It Was, Was Football'

's 1953 comedy routine on college football, in honor of his 85th birthday today. The entertainer graduated from UNC in 1949 and is best known for his role on the beloved 1960s TV series 'The Show.' Griffith performed 'What It Was, Was Football' at Kenan Stadium in 1954. Read More...

Giftastic Recap of NC State at UNC

UNC puts one of their worst teams in recent memory on the floor and State still loses by 14. (Air-Balled Free Throw)

ACC In NYC, The Twitter Collection

Is the SEC better in football? Yep. Does the Big Ten have more money? You betcha. But can any conference to Twitter humor better than the ACC? I say no. (ACC Sports Journal)

Photo: ACC mascots with future Big Ten member Maryland

While out on the boat, the mascots posed for several photos, including this gem from the bow. The mascots appear to have flipped Testudo the Turtle, the Maryland mascot and future Big Ten member, with the Virginia and Duke mascots holding him upside down. (CBS Sports)

UNC Coach Roy Williams: Funniest. Parody. Twitter. Account. Ever

Interviewing Danica Patrick was an exciting career moment for me last summer. However, it wasn’t as fun as interviewing this icon out of NASCAR country: the fake Twitter account.  Yes, former Kansas Jayhawks and current North Carolina Tar Heels coach has the funniest sports figure parody Twitter account you’ll ever see in @DaggumRoy. (
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