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Carolina Basketball


When Duke meets North Carolina on Saturday night, there will be only one player from Durham -- and he's the one who's not supposed to be there.
No doubt, Noel is special
Raleigh News & Observer

North Carolina's men's basketball team will enter a fondue pot Saturday night at Duke.
Prepare for stormy night in Cameron
Raleigh News & Observer

ESPN will employ as many as nine elements of its media empire -- from television to wireless communications -- for Saturday night's Duke-Carolina men's basketball game at Cameron Indoor Stadium in Durham.
If you miss this game, don't blame ESPN
Raleigh News & Observer

Win or lose Saturday night at Duke, Williams has turned in an absolutely marvelous regular-season coaching job with these Tar Heels, and I'd vote him not only ACC coach of the year but national coach of the year.
Dascenzo: League's top coach obvious
Durham Herald-Sun

The ACC's regular-season title won't be at stake in the 9 p.m. game at Cameron Indoor Stadium. Duke wrapped up that and the No. 1 seed for the conference tournament a long time ago. But UNC will be playing for second place, and it is the ACC's hottest team in light of its sixth straight win and Duke's loss.
UNC is heading to Duke on a six-game win streak
Winston-Salem Journal

Carolina Football


John Bunting wouldn't divulge his intentions to reporters last week, but Billy Hite could have guessed what his pal planned to do about the opening on North Carolina's football staff.
UNC makes changes to coaching staff
Durham Herald-Sun

North Carolina football coach John Bunting heads into the first day of spring practice today with his staff vacancies filled and secure in his belief that the Tar Heels can attract the state's best high school recruits for years to come.
Heels consider recruiting when hiring
Greensboro News & Record

Pearman played in high school at Charlotte Independence and was a teammate of Mark Maye, a former North Carolina quarterback. Pearman played in college at Clemson and finished his career there in the 1987 season as a three-year letterman at tight end.
Bunting hires assistant from Virginia Tech
Winston-Salem Journal

THE BIGGEST CONCERN: The offense. Not only do the Tar Heels have to find a new quarterback to replace former starter Matt Baker -- redshirt freshman Cam Sexton and Nebraska transfer Joe Dailey are the most likely candidates -- but they also have to learn a new system under coordinator Frank Cignetti, who has replaced Gary Tranquill.
North Carolina opens spring football drills
Raleigh News & Observer

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