The Drive Monday 3-11-13 -Jay Bilas talks with the guys about about the smaller line-up for UNC going against Duke for the second time, what he sees happening in ACC tournament, and we talk about his new book “Toughness” that hit store shelves last week.
The Drive Friday 3-8-13 -Jerry Stackhouse talks with the guys from The Drive about the Tobacco Road Rivalry games he participated in, which highlight stands out the most to him and what he hates the most about Duke.
The Drive Thursday 2-28-13 – Woody Durham the legendary voice of the Tar Heels talks with The Drive on the 82nd birthday of his good friend Dean Smith to recount his relationship with the great coach. They talk about how Woody was first introduced to the coach, just how the coach changed so many lives over his career in Chapel Hill, and we get an update from Woody on Dean Smith health and mental state.
If students at UNC-Chapel Hill can’t get inside the heads of their rivals at Duke University, they can at least say they got inside the head of the Blue Devil mascot.
Former Tar Heel Eric Montross: “It’s Been 20 Years Since I Was In This Rivalry But It Feels Like Yesterday, That’s What Makes It So Special”
The Drive Wednesday 2-13-13 -Eric Montross joins The Drive to talk about tonights matchup with his former team and the Duke Blue Devils. They get into whether or not the Tar Heels have a chance against the #1 ranked Blue Devils tonight, what James Michael McAdoo needs to do to become the leader for the Heels, and they talk about Eric’s relationship with his former coach Dean Smith.
Now that conference play has started let us take a look at the biggest questions lingering in college basketball.
A months-long investigation of academic fraud at The University of North Carolina Chapel Hill finds the problems go back a decade earlier than an earlier probe uncovered.
CHAPEL HILL, N.C. (AP) — His first name was William, but few ever called him by it, preferring to use the title that was given to him in 1956 and that he earned for a lifetime — President Friday.
Consultants called in after discoveries of academic fraud at North Carolina’s flagship public university say they’re giving the school a 20 percent discount on hourly fees.