North Carolina Basketball: At UNC all things come in 3?

When it comes to UNC it seems all things come in three If you had to find something to describe #19 North Carolina basketball team (10-3) going into conference play the number three could be right on the mark. Carolina has had three outstanding wins against top notch squads so far this season, beating Louisville on a neutral court in the Hall of Fame Tipoff Tournament, Michigan State...
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North Carolina Basketball: UNC closes out `13 with a W

North Carolina tales care of NC-Wilmington as 2014 and ACC play arrives The graphic is done by … Samuel Wilking … more of his work can be seen at …  Tar Heel Nation If you watched the last game of 2013 year for #19 North Carolina (10-3), which hosted and defeated NC-Wilmington (6-9), the first four minutes of the game probably will never make any highlights. At the first...
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The current state of the Tar Heels

It isn’t yet March, but the madness began awhile ago for the North Carolina Tar Heels. The season thus far has been riddled with head-scratching losses, outstanding wins, all without their best player P.J. Hairston. Hairston and another outside shooter Leslie McDonald had been suspended due to investigations by the NCAA regarding potential violations. Those all around college...
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Harrison Barnes Had Steph Curry Wear A Tar Heels Sweatshirt After UNC Beat Davidson

Looks like Steph Curry lost a bet. Here’s the Warriors point guard wearing a UNC sweatshirt, Harrison Barnes’ alma mater, after Curry’s alma mater, Davidson lost 97-85 to the Tar Heels Saturday night. The post Harrison Barnes Had Steph Curry Wear A Tar Heels Sweatshirt After UNC Beat Davidson appeared first on Beyond The Buzzer.
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Williams, UNC look to move forward without Hairston

CHAPEL HILL, N.C. -- The University of North Carolina announced today that it will not seek apply for the reinstatement of junior guard P.J. Hairston, who has missed the first 10 games this season because of NCAA eligibility concerns. UNC head coach Roy Williams couldn't help but get emotional when talking about Hairston, the player he suspended indefinitely in late July before...
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UNC announces that P.J. Hairston will not play for team again

Well, the wait is finally over for Tar Heels fans, but the news isn’t good: suspended guard P.J. Hairston’s basketball career at North Carolina is officially over. The junior has missed 10 games this season awaiting an NCAA decision on his eligibility following several incidents with rental cars this offseason, and school officials announced today that they would not be applying...
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WATCH: Duke fan rips UNC fan's 'Free PJ' sign

Not sure what “Free PJ” means? Join the crowd. Big college basketball fans know the sign is in reference to UNC basketball player…
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UNC fan crashes Duke game to protest P.J. Hairston's suspension

A couple of North Carolina basketball fans traveled to Durham for Monday night's Duke basketball game, which is a bit unusual considering Duke was not playing the Tarheels.The UNC fans held up signs which read "FREE P.J." to protest the indefinite suspension of junior guard P.J. Hairston. Naturally, that didn't go over well, and a Duke fan grabbed one of the signs...
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Tar Heels basketball team shops for gifts for underprivileged kids

It’s always great to see college athletes give back to their community — players across the country are idolized by fans, and setting a good example for those who look up to them is something to be admired. The North Carolina Tar Heels basketball team understands the platform it is on, and each year the players go on a shopping spree at the Salvation Army to purchase holiday...
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Video: UNC celebrates Mich State victory like a Final Four win

Roy Williams’ Tar Heels played well in last night’s impressive win over number one ranked Michigan State. Understandably, the team which lost its top 25 ranking after a disappointing loss to UAB, was happy about the win. Being proud of a hard fought victory against a Final Four caliber Michigan State is fine, especially after losses to Belmont and UAB that are totally uncharacteristic...
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December 05, 2013  |  Discuss

North Carolina upsets top-ranked Michigan State

For the first time in over 10 years, an unranked, non-conference opponent marched into East Lansing and defeated Tom Izzo and mighty Michigan State, as the North Carolina Tar Heels knocked off the top-ranked Spartans 79-65 in the second and final night of the ACC-Big Ten Challenge. Led by 15 points and seven rebounds from freshman Kennedy Meeks, and a career-high 10 rebounds and...
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December 05, 2013  |  Discuss

Big Ten trying to add North Carolina?

The Big Ten has been working on expansion and is outgrowing its name. A report says they are even trying to add North Carolina.

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February 19, 2013  |  Discuss

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