North Carolina outscored Georgia Tech 13-6 in overtime, including seven points by senior guard Madinah Muhammad, to earn an Atlantic Coast Conference women's basketball road win Thursday evening, 67-60 at McCamish Pavilion.
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The Tigers have a 4-1 record in January after a slow start.
2020 McDonald's All-American Game roster: North Carolina leads way with four recruits in game, Duke with three - CBSSports.com
by: David Cobb Jan 23, 2020 at 5:55 pm ET • 1 min read — CBS Sports 15h
Eight of the top 10 players in the 2020 class have been selected to the annual showcase game
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“It’s the greatest feeling I’ve ever felt in basketball,” Virginia guard Kyle Guy said after winning the national championship last season.
by: Alek Arend — The Spun 17h
Roy Williams and the North Carolina Tar Heels will have four 2020 recruits playing in the McDonald's All American Game.
by: Jonas Pope IV — The Herald-Sun 17h
Duke and UNC will have seven players in the McDonald’s All-American game
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The rosters for the 43rd McDonald’s All-American game were released on Thursday with North Carolina, Duke and Kentucky each landing multiple players on the list.
by: Steven Rowen, sports staff writer — Collegiate Times 19h
After suffering a tough loss to Syracuse, Virginia Tech basketball looked to bounce back in an ACC matchup against the North Carolina Tar Heels. The Hokies came out victorious in
by: Aaron McFarling The Roanoke Times — Richmond Times-Dispatch 19h
BLACKSBURG — The Virginia Tech hero hadn’t scored a point all night. The Hokies went the entire second half and first overtime period without leading. North Carolina had two chances
by: @MatejS247 — 247 Sports 23h
Virginia Tech Hokies Basketball Head Coach Mike Young & Players Chime in on UNC Double-OT Victory
by: Greg Hadley — Charlotte Observer 23 Jan
“It’s the same sport, but it was so different,” to learn how to be an official, the Gamecock great said.
by: Mark Berman email@example.com 981-3125 — The Roanoke Times 23 Jan
"I knew I put it in the right spot," Tyrece Radford said of his winning shot.
by: Robert Willett — The Herald 23 Jan
Tar Heels drop sixth straight ACC contest
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More NCAA nonsense. “College sports is about students playing other students.” Laughable propaganda. Money has nothing to do with status as a full-time student. Athletes without scholarships and stipends compete v. those with them. Classic misdirection. https://t.co/qgaw7o8E4PTV / Radio Personality
"Commercialism has made possible the erection of fine academic buildings...from the profits of college athletics, but those profits have been gained because colleges have permitted the youths entrusted to their care to be openly exploited." The Carnegie Report, 1929TV / Radio Personality
The NCAA continues its slow-play of change, even though change is inevitable. “It’s complicated,” Emmert says. No, it’s not. Funny, NCAA members agree to multi-billion dollar contracts and set up multi-billion dollar events, and it’s not “complicated.” https://t.co/HzLq40OmU2TV / Radio Personality
RT @NCCUAthletics: In an effort to support the residents of McDougald Terrace, the #NCCU Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) is hosting an emergency relief donation drive during the NCCU basketball doubleheader on Saturday, Jan. 25 in McDougald-McLendon Arena. #EaglePride #EagleEra https://t.co/diOxHkDJ6rBeat Writer / Columnist
Wish Ruff and his family nothing but the best.Oklahoma announces LB coach Ruffin McNeill is stepping away to care for his father in North Carolina. Says he isn’t retiring but is stepping away right now. One of Lincoln Riley’s mentors.Beat Writer / Columnist
You’re absolutely right, Title IX will ruin college sports! Or did you not mean to make the exact same argument they did back then? Colleges don’t profit from athletics because they *spend* it all. That’s how you end up with a lazy river at the football facility.@LukeDeCock If you want schools to get rid of field hockey, soccer, swimming, volleyball, tennis, etc. then yea pay the players. How many colleges make money on their athletics? It has to be a minority.Beat Writer / Columnist
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