Doc Kennedy

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Three Reasons to be Optimistic

Sitting at 1-4 headed into a huge Thursday night showcase game is not where UNC wanted to be at the halfway point of the season, but there is cause for hope in the second part of the year,...

Who’s Who in the NCAA Final Report

You can’t tell the players without a program, or at least who is who when the NCAA does not identify anyone specifically by name in the UNC infractions report. To assist with your reading of the...

The Good, Bad, & Ugly Report: East Carolina

Now you know why it's the Kobayashi Maru game. There was no way to win. And it's even worse when you look that bad losing.

The Good, Bad, & Ugly Report: Georgia Tech

For a little more than a half, it looked as if Carolina might finally shake loose the 800-lb gorilla known as Georgia Tech futility. Then history took over and the Jackets wore down the Tar Heels...

UNC at Georgia Tech

North Carolina at Georgia Tech, 12:00 PM, ESPN Carolina makes a trip to the Twilight Zone Atlanta to take on Georgia Tech and you can forgive UNC fans for being a little nervous.First, the Tar...

The Good, Bad, and Ugly Report: MTSU

Sorry this post is late, but I was confused by Ron Cherry's instructions and deferred the article until the second half of the week.

Tar Heels Shuffle as Final NFL Rosters Set

The NFL dream continues for a number of UNC alumni, while others were released among the NFL's final cut down to 53-man rosters. Plus, Jonathan Cooper's season is over before it starts.

The Good, Bad, & Ugly Report: SCAR

The 2013 edition of the Tar Heels showed they were not yet ready for prime time as a number of old demons returned from last season. Yet there is plenty of hope that Carolina will improve as the...

2013 Season Preview: Special Teams

Carolina will have to replace a couple of big names on special teams for 2013, but fortunately there is experience ready to step up.

2013 Season Preview: Offensive Line

After finally becoming one of the Tar Heels' strongest units in 2012, Carolina will have to rebuild its offensive line for 2013.

Fact-Checking Dan Kane's Latest Drive-By

In a now all-too-common Sunday tradition, the News and Observer's Dan Kane took another shot at UNC and the academic unpleasantness with yet another breathless headline. Once again, Kane's take...

ACC Media Concerned for Bryn Renner's Health

In case you missed it, here are some news and notes concerning the Tar Heels from Sunday's ACC Kickoff in Greensboro.

Carolina Girls: Best in the World

Buoyed by national championships in soccer and lacrosse, Carolina has won the Capital One Cup as the top women's athletic program in the country.

Link: Digging Deep with Brennan Williams

Tar Heel Blog's Doc Kennedy and State of the Texans' Patrick Starr dig deep into Houston's 3rd round pick, offensive tackle Brennan Williams of UNC.

Hatchell Named to Hall of Fame

UNC women's basketball coach Sylvia Hatchell was chosen for induction to the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame in September.

Tar Heel Women are Delle Done

UNC was plagued by foul trouble and scoring woes and couldn't make a halftime lead stand up, falling on the road to Delaware and superstar Elena Delle Donne in the NCAA round of 32.

Deja vu all over again

UNC's women were as cold as the men, and Duke's women were shooting just as hot as Carolina falls to Duke in the ACC Women's Tourney final.

Tom O'Brien, Troll Extraordinaire

Tom O'Brien did his share of trolling UNC and its fans during his tenure as NC State's football coach. After being sacked by the Pack, he directed some of his trolling skills at his former...

Whose State, Exactly?

As the ACC football schedule is announced, Carolina takes a dig at the rival school 25 miles to the east.

Tar Heels Looking Good at Combine

Gio Bernard, Sylvester Williams, and Jonathan Cooper have been performing well at the NFL Combine.

Quietest. National. Championship. Ever. [UPDATED]

UNC's women's tennis team won the ITA indoor national championship over top-seeded UCLA 4-3 last weekend. Banner to follow.

Hatchell Gets #900; Tied for 2nd on All-Time List

It took two tries, but Carolina women's basketball coach got career win #900 with a 80-52 blowout of Boston College in Chestnut Hill on Thursday night.

Saturday's Special Sunday Send-off

In one of the neatest things you may ever see in the Pro Bowl, former UNC standout Jeff Saturday, who recently announced his retirement, switched teams and snapped the ball to his 11-year quarterback Peyton Manning one last time.

UNC's 2013 ACC Football Schedule Announced

Heels face stern road tests at VT, Georgia Tech, Pitt, and Raleigh to go with a non-conference visit to Columbia to face SCAR.

January Outlook

What can UNC expect from the first month of ACC play?

More Overhyped: Mayans or Martin?

Both supporters and critics of UNC are likely to point to this report and say, "See, I told you so."

A Classy Coach Makes a Quiet Exit

Appalachian State football coach Jerry Moore has retired after 24 years and three FCS national championships.

Dean was right: UNC is a Women's Soccer School

UNC routs Penn State 4-1 to win its 21st NCAA women's soccer title

We're on Award Tour

One Tar Heel earns All-American honors in football while another is the Academic All-American of the Year in men's soccer.

Boyd Beats Bernard by One Vote for ACC POY

Clemson QB Tajh Boyd was named the ACC Player of the Year on Wednesday, edging out UNC RB Gio Bernard by one vote. Boyd was also named ACC Offensive Player of the Year, also by just one vote.

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