CHAPEL HILL, N.C. (AP) — North Carolina is looking for a little stability. After a year marked by extreme swings on the court — and by outside-the-lines issues involving past players — the Tar Heels want to get back to being their customarily consistent selves.
You remember last summers blockbuster The Summer of PJ” well buckle up because everyone’s favorite Tar Heel is back with more excitement, more action, and more drama. Its “The Summer of PJ Part II” This edition brings you Fats Thomas, the throw down at the YWCA, and the car swap. Get your tickets now for what will be the best movie of the season.
The NCAA is taking another look into academic misconduct at North Carolina after an investigation uncovered new information.
Dan Wetzel from Yahoo! joined the Mac Attack in Charlotte to discuss his piece that was critical of Roy Williams and the situation with Rashad McCants that broke late last week
North Carolina coach Roy Williams denied allegations of academic wrongdoing Friday by former player Rashad McCants connected to the school’s long-running academic scandal.
CHAPEL HILL, N.C. (AP) — Nothing went easily for North Carolina all season. The Tar Heels never had top player P.J. Hairston due to NCAA violations and started 0-3 in the Atlantic Coast Conference. Yet they also beat the top four teams from the preseason Top 25 and had a 12-game winning streak to return to the NCAA tournament.
CHAPEL HILL, N.C. (AP) — North Carolina suddenly has a rebounding problem heading into the NCAA tournament.
Duke Beat Reporter For The News & Observer Laura Keeley Talks Duke And The ACC Tournament. Can Duke get back to playing how they did early in the season?
Flashback to January 20th 2014 at about 9pm…The North Carolina Tar Heels where in a locker room in Charlottesville, VA trying to figure out what was wrong. What had caused a 1-4 start in ACC […]
ACC Hoops analyst Dan Bonner joined the Mac Attack to discuss Round 1 of Duke-UNC being snowed out, Scared Coach K, the Roy Williams can’t coach crowd, Roy adapting on the fly, Duke’s growth and NC State’s bubble status.