North Carolina Tar Heels News for February 28, 2014
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Sticking with Tar Heels paid NFL dividends for Eric Ebron

After a coaching changing during his recruitment, UNC tight end Eric Ebron thought about pulling his commitment. He stuck with the Tar Heels, favoring then-new UNC coach Larry Fedora's spread…Click to Continue »

Dunbar, Thornton push UNC past UNF

North Carolina continued to rely on its pitching as Trent Thornton picked up his third win of the season with Friday's 3-0 win over North Florida.

Video: UNC professor calls on Tar Heels to vacate championship...

UNC professor Jay Smith responds to a story on Bloomberg Businessweek about the Tar Heels' academic scandals, saying the Tar Heels should voluntarily vacate their championship titles.Click to Continue »

Previewing Virginia Tech [$]

The Tar Heels have won 10 in a row. Their next opponent - Virginia Tech - lost ten ACC games in a row this season, and has now lost 13 of their last 14. Tip-off at Cassell Coliseum is Saturday at 2:30pm and will be televised by the ACC Network.

Kilby-Lane emerging as elite LB [$]

One of the many prospects UNC visited during the January open period was Sh'Mar Kilby-Lane of Hallandale Beach (Fla.).

Tale of the Tape: UNC-Virginia Tech

A statistical look at UNC vs Virginia Tech North Carolina Virginia Tech Record 21-7 9-18 ACC Record 11-4 2-13 KenPom Rank 19th 185th Points per game 77.3 64.6 Points per possession 1.09 0.99 Offensive Efficiency(Rank) 112.5(38th) 98.8(270th) Defensive Efficiency(Rank) 94.0(19th) 100.7(93rd) Tempo(Rank) 71.2(22nd) 64.8(266th) Offensive eFG% 49.6% 47.7% Defensive eFG% 45.6% 46.7% Field Goal % 46.2% 41.2% 3P FG% 34.1% 36.7% Offensive Reb Rate 39.1% 32.3% Defen

UNC-VT Preview

Carolina takes its 10-game winning streak on the road again on Saturday when the Tar Heels take on the Virginia Tech Hokies.

2015 Intro: Johnny Frasier [$]

PRINCETON, N.C. --- North Carolina is among the schools that are recruiting Johnny Frasier, a 5-foot-11, 200-pound running back from Princeton High School, the hardest.

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