Posted by Andrew Carter on November 24, 2014
North Carolina coach Larry Fedora said on Monday that no player would face discipline for taking part in a celebration that damaged Duke's visiting locker room on Thursday after the Tar Heels' 45-20 victory at Duke.
After UNC won the game, it spray painted the Victory Bell in its shade of blue – as is the tradition when one team takes the bell back from the other – and the celebration continued in the visiting locker room. There, players continued to spray paint the bell but also stained the carpet and a wall with light blue paint.
“I don't know whether it was one, or two (players), I don't know,” Fedora said Monday. “But I was made aware of it on I guess it was Friday morning. And I called David (Cutcliffe) to apologize. And obviously the celebration in there obviously got out of hand and I wish it would have but it did.”
Posted by Laura Keeley on November 24, 2014
The winner of the Duke-North Carolina football game has traditionally spray-painted the Victory Bell either dark or light blue immediately after the game. Thursday, though, the Tar Heels were over-exuberant in their celebration, causing damage to the visiting locker room at Wallace Wade Stadium.
Posted by Laura Keeley on July 29, 2014
Steve Spurrier calls this talking season, these weeks leading up to preseason football camp.
Posted by Andrew Carter on July 21, 2014
The Seminoles are picked to win the ACC on 104 of 112 preseason ballots, while the Blue Devils lead the Coastal Division in first-place votes.
Posted on May 20, 2014
Get our live updates and commentary from the North Carolina Tar Heels and the NC State Wolfpack playing in the first game of the ACC baseball tournament in Greensboro.
Posted by Dan Kane on May 5, 2014
The NCAA has announced no position on legislation to help athletes get a college education, but it has sent an email to member schools seeking information on how the bill could “negatively impact” them.