CHAPEL HILL, N.C. (AP) — Wednesday’s rivalry game between No. 8 Duke and North Carolina has been postponed due to a storm that brought enough snow and ice to paralyze many area roads.
Charles Scott, who became the first African-American varsity basketball player at UNC and helped lead the team to two consecutive Final Fours discusses Dean Smith as a father figure, breaking the color barrier and the rivalry with Duke
2005 Final Four MOP, Sean May, joined Mac and Jim for over an hour to talk about the blueblood rivalry, his time as a Bobcat, watching this year’s Tar Heel team, his time in Europe, the UNC academic situation and so much more. Insightful, reflective and honest, May even offers up the time he had to laugh at the Cameron Crazies.
Duke assistant basketball coach, Jeff Capel, joined the Mac Attack to talk about the Blue Devils season and the upcoming matchup against the Tar Heels.
SOUTH BEND, Ind. (AP) — North Carolina was too big and too quick for Notre Dame. The Fighting Irish made seven of their first 13 shots to open a nine-point lead in the first half, but wore down under the pressure of North Carolina’s athleticism. The Tar Heels forced 17 turnovers and had a 44-26 advantage in the paint en route to a 73-62 victory Saturday, their fifth straight win.
Newly-named ACC legend discusses the Heels leaning on their defense, growing on offense, the emergence of James Michael McAddoo and looks ahead to the Duke match-up.
An overall look at how the 14 schools in the Atlantic Coast Conference fared Wednesday on Signing Day.
CHAPEL HILL, N.C. (AP) — Marcus Paige was back to his high-scoring ways for North Carolina, while Brice Johnson provided the punch off the bench that helped the Tar Heels extend their winning streak to a season-long four games.
Dan Dakich from ESPN joins The Drive to talk about the Duke/Syracuse game Saturday, how legitimate are Wichita State and San Diego state are and if the Tar Heels will turn things around come tournament time.
CBS Sports Network Football recruiting expert Tom Lemming joined Frank and Yarbs to preview 2014 NCAA signing day. What ACC schools are in good shape? Who has the best class?