Posted by Andrew Carter on November 19, 2014
North Carolina coach Roy Williams has no plans to go anywhere any time soon, he said on Wednesday, and he's still planning on coaching the Tar Heels for perhaps the next decade.
Hopefully I'm going to last another six to 10 years regardless of what some people in the media say, Williams said during his appearance as the guest speaker at the Raleigh Sports Club.
When Williams stepped out of his car and tried to walk inside on Wednesday, a news reporter from a television station was waiting for him. The reporter, Williams said later, asked him if he was worried about being fired among the revelations of the Wainstein report the independent investigation that detailed an academic and athletic scandal that lasted for nearly two decades.
Posted by Andrew Carter on November 18, 2014
If North Carolina defeats Duke on Thursday, it would end a rare two-game losing streak against the Blue Devils. In each of the past two seasons, UNC has lost in similar fashion against Duke: overcome a slow start to take the lead and then fail to hold it.
Posted by Andrew Carter on November 16, 2014
Let's get this out of the way early, up top: This hasn't been the season North Carolina expected. Or wanted. Or believed it was capable of producing.
Posted by Andrew Carter on November 14, 2014
Welcome, ladies and gentlemen, to the Smith Center – and to the start of the 2014-15 college basketball season. I'm here this evening for North Carolina's first game, against N.C. Central.
Posted by Andrew Carter on November 13, 2014
It hasn't been the most uplifting of college football seasons for North Carolina. So much so that this is among the brightest spots of the fall: The Tar Heels on Thursday received a commitment from Jalen Dalton, the defensive end from West Forsyth High.