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  • admin 10:42 am on February 21, 2014 Permalink | Reply
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    Highlights: UNC beat Duke in rescheduled duel 

    Final Score: UNC 74, Duke 66

    Box Score

    Duke

     
  • admin 11:18 am on February 12, 2014 Permalink | Reply
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    Preview: UNC vs. Duke – Round 1 – Hype Video 

    T-minus 10 hours.

    bloody tyler hansbrough duke unc

     
  • admin 2:37 pm on March 8, 2013 Permalink | Reply
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    Game Preview: Updating the “Ultimate UNC – Duke Rivalry Mix” Video 

    For all the videos and articles dissecting the UNC-Duke rivalry that exist , the above amateur video is one of the best. It has a solid history. Nice “hoop mixtape” feel to it. All things that make a great YouTube viewing and can initiate the uninformed or entertain fanboys such as ourselves.

    In the age of constant refreshing, however, it has become dated. We’ve compiled a list of things we think should be added to the video to make it pop again.

    Music

    If anything dates this video it’s the music. Juelz Santana is no longer relevant, at all. To say he was relevant in 2009 would be generous. To say he was ever relevant outside of the hip-hop community would be the highest compliment anyone has ever paid Juelz Santana. The greatest rivalry in sports deserves better.

    How about the most timeless jam from the greatest sports movie of all time featuring four of the greatest MCs and Coolio ever assembled on one track? Burn, Coolio.

    We submit “Hit ‘Em High (The Monstar’s Anthem)” by B-Real,  Coolio, Method Man, LL Cool J and Busta Rhymes for consideration:

    Game Clips

    The “Ultimate UNC-Duke Rivalry Mix” was posted to YouTube in January 2009, before either regular season game of the ’09 UNC championship year.  The most recent footage is of the Danny Green dunk on Greg Paulus at Cameron in March of 2008. That also means no game from Duke’s ’10 championship run were included. Obviously.

    North Carolina is 4-6 in the match-up since the video premiered on YouTube. To show an unbiased view for once, we’ll concede that more clips may be from Duke.

    Here’s the obligatory Austin Rivers clip. We’re not embedding that again.

    We submit these clips for consideration:

    The title of this video says it all. Bring new meaning to Zoubek’s “creampuffs”:

    This dunk could make a cameo:

    Our favorite tweeter, @NDotSmitty:

    Miles Plumlee probably remembers this:

    Also listed under “embarrassing” is this:

    A new mash up might even feature an autotuned Coach K saying “Klub Cameron”:

    How about a little action from Mr. McAdoo and Hairston:

    Even we had forgotten about Kendall Marshall’s smoothness:

    And to remind us all that we can contribute to the rivalry:

    Duke Fans

    There also should be a section dedicated to Duke fans. And not the vaunted, dedicated type they’ve been built up as under the Cameron Crazies moniker. We mean the impostors and cry babies (literally!) that crowd the dilapidated Cameron Hansbrough Indoor Stadium now. Even if these instances aren’t necessarily from a rivalry game, you know all of it is ratcheted up for Duke-UNC. Duke fans will like it because it’s them, UNC fans will like it because we know what it really means.

    To represent the Duke douchebag we submit “Duke bro in YOLO hate” for consideration:

    duke bro yolo hat

    To epitomize the entitlement we suspect lives in all Duke fans (it’s in UNC fans too) we submit “Duke kid crying” for consideration:

    duke kid crying gif

    duke kid crying photo

    To elaborate on the overblown nature and rudeness of the students (note how they drape themselves on media members) we submit “asshole Duke students/fans/Cameron Crazies and unimpressed John Henson” for consideration:

    asshole duke fans students cameron crazies

    UNC Fans

    We do some cool stuff too.

    We submit “Jump Around” for consideration:

    Celebrations

    Each school has their own way of celebrating a big win. We need video footage. As they say, “vids or it didn’t happen.”

    On the UNC side, we submit “rushing Franklin Street” for consideration:

    On the Duke side, we submit “burning benches (why would you burn your own shit?)” for consideration:

    Hype Videos

    Everyone loves a good “pump-up” and these kinds of things add to the general atmosphere.

    For Duke we submit the traditional pre-game intro video for 2012-2013 for consideration:

    For UNC we submit the mid-game “I am a Tar Heel” segment for consideration:

    The Final Word

    If nothing else we can at least rest easy knowing that the rivalry will be forever remembered by the universities’ greatest bard:

     

    Go to Hell Dook!

     

     
  • bwineka 2:57 pm on February 8, 2012 Permalink | Reply
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    Preview: Duke at UNC 

     

    We always attempt to write a Duke wrap-up, but it never truly works. UNC fans always know as much about the enemy as we do ourselves. No matter how much it tries to be shoved down our throats, we will never be fooled into thinking Ryan Kelly, Tweedle-Miles or Tweedle-Mason are serviceable big men. Yeah, they have some guards that can score points. Yeah, these games are always close, even in years that one program is on a downward spin. It is UNC-Duke. The greatest rivalry in sports. What more can be said?

    How about an straight-forward look at some numbers first.

    UNC ranks 1st in the nation in scoring (84.1) while Duke sits at 11th (79.8).

    UNC ranks 1st in the nation in rebounding (46.3) while Duke sits at 104th (36.0).

    UNC ranks 4th in the nation in assists (18.2) while Duke sits at 131st (13.3).

    Duke ranks 21st in in the nation in field goal shooting (.482) while UNC sits at 48th (.470).

    What this says. UNC does in fact have better big men. UNC knows how to pass the ball (like, to big men). UNC’s one major stat that Duke outranks it in is a negligible amount (1 percent) that doesn’t matter considering UNC still scores almost five more points per contest and pulls down ten more rebounds.

    UNC’s two highest scorers (Barnes and Zeller) outscore Duke’s highest scorers (Rivers and Curry) and its highest rebounders (Henson and Zeller) also outrebound Duke’s (the Plumlees).

    Also, where the hell is Ryan Kelly in all this?

    Like any UNC-Duke game, this one should be one for the ages. A battle of top ten opponents will live up to the hype yet conclude with a mass of UNC students rushing to Franklin Street to set shit on fire. It happens. We’re used to it. But it never gets old.

    Duck Fook.

    Prediction: UNC 82, Duke 76

     
    • Gthc 6:49 am on February 10, 2012 Permalink | Reply

      Um…if one team shoots 48% while taking a ton more 3′s while another team
      shoots 47% with basically no 3′s it means the former is a MUCH better shooting team than the latter. And games are always close? I guess you’ve it’s repressed 2010 out of existence

      • admin 11:08 am on February 10, 2012 Permalink | Reply

        Gthc,

        We never said Duke wasn’t a better shooting team. In fact, the stats mentioned indicate they are. We simply said it was negligible as UNC scores just as many points. There are these things called two-pointers and free throws.

        And I’d say we also hit the nail on the head by saying the game would be close. As far as 2010, one aberration of a game from two years ago doesn’t’ negate DECADES of close games. UNC has blown out Duke in the past as well. Perhaps you remember the 101-87 thrashing in Cameron from 2009?

        Way to comment two days after the game.

        Sincerely,

        The Management

  • bwineka 8:38 pm on March 28, 2011 Permalink | Reply
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    Dook gets ethered by Jimmy Fallon 

    Ryan Kelly gets it pretty good.

     
  • bwineka 11:13 pm on March 6, 2011 Permalink | Reply
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    Roy Williams Tie Tracker: Duke 

    One thing all UNC fans have come to know, love and expect of Roy Williams is his fashionable selection of ties, most often courtesy of Chapel Hill outfitter Alexander Julian. The same man who put the argyle on the side of the basketball uniform is still turning heads with what he’s putting around Ol’ Roy’s neck. So, here at The Rafters we decided to pay homage to the best accesory in college hoops, if not the entire sporting world, and document every tie Roy Williams wears this season.

    No words. Just enjoy. #2011ACCChamps

    Here’s this years stats:

    Exhibition: Barton, W 108-67 – Plain Carolina blue tie with white pocket square, white shirt and pinstriped suit, no Tar Heel lapel pin

    Game 1: Lipscomb, W 80-66 – Beige tie with light blue diamonds and brown accents with white pocket square (for part of game), white shirt and pinstriped suit, no lapel pin

    Game 2: Hofstra, W 107-63 – No tie, Carolina blue polo with interlocking NC logo on chest,  Power Balance bracelet

    Game 3: Minnesota, L 67-72 – No tie, striped blue and white polo with interlocking NC logo on chest, Power Balance bracelet

    Game 4: Vanderbilt, L 65-72 – No tie, white polo with several blue stripes with interlocking NC logo on chest, no Power Balance bracelet

    Game 5: UNC-Asheville, W 80-69 – Purple gradient tie with pink square accents with Carolina blue pocket square, Carolina blue shirt and no lapel pin or Power Balance bracelet

    Game 6: College of Charleston, W 74-69 – Carolina blue with zig-zagging right angles with slim, white pocket square, white shirt, no lapel pin or Power Balance bracelet.

    Game 7: Illinois, L 67-79 – Black and silver paisley tie with white pocket square, white gridded shirt, sublimated plaid blazer, no lapel pin or Power Balance bracelet.

    Game 8: Kentucky, W 75-73 – Very light Carolina blue tie with white pocket square, white and Carolina blue vertically striped shirt, pinstriped suit, no lapel pin or Power Balance bracelet.

    Game 9: Evansville, W 76-49 – Solid tie with white pocket square, white shirt, pinstriped suit, no lapel pin or Power Balance bracelet.

    Game 10: Long Beach State, W 96-91 – Carolina blue and navy squares with white pocket square, white shirt, pinstriped suit, no lapel pin or Power Balance bracelet.

    Game 11: Texas, L 76-78 – Carolina blue tie with diagonal striped with blue pocket square, white shirt, no lapel pin or Power Balance bracelet.

    Game 12: William and Mary, W 85-60 – Purple gradient tie with pink square accents with Carolina blue pocket square, Carolina blue shirt and no lapel pin or Power Balance bracelet.

    Game 13: Rutgers, W 78-55 – ?

    Game 14: St. Francis, W 103-54 – Purple tie with blue, olive and violet accents, white shirt with white pocket square, no lapel pin or Power Balance bracelet.

    Game 15: Virginia, W 62-56 – Blue crosshatched tie, white shirt with white pocket square, pinstriped suit, no lapel pin or Power Balance bracelet.

    Game 16: Virginia Tech, W 64-61 – Carolina blue with zig-zagging right angles with white pocket square, white shirt, pinstriped suit, no lapel pin or Power Balance bracelet.

    Game 17: Georgia Tech, L 58-78 – Solid tie with white pocket square, white shirt, pinstriped suit, no lapel pin or Power Balance bracelet.

    Game 18: Clemson, W 75-65 – Very light Carolina blue tie with white pocket square, white and Carolina blue vertically striped shirt, pinstriped suit, no lapel pin or Power Balance bracelet.

    Game 19: Miami, W 74-71 – Carolina blue and white plaid with white pocket square, white shirt, pinstriped suit, no lapel pin or Power Balance bracelet.

    Game 20: NC State, W 84-64 – Carolina blue and brown diamond designed with white pocket square, white shirt and Carolina blue jacket, no lapel pin or Power Balance bracelet.

    Game 21: Boston College, W 106-74 – Purple gradient tie with pink square accents with white pocket square, white shirt and no lapel pin or Power Balance bracelet.

    Game 22: Florida State, W 89-69 – Blue textured tie and two pocket squares (blue and white) alternating in the pin-stripe suit. Blue shirt with white stripes and a white collar.

    Game 23: Dook, L 73-79 – Carolina blue and navy squares with white pocket square, white shirt, pinstriped suit, no lapel pin or Power Balance bracelet.

    Game 24: Clemson, W 64-62 – Blue crosshatched tie, white shirt with white pocket square, pinstriped suit, no lapel pin or Power Balance bracelet.

    Game 25: Wake Forest, W 78-64 – Purple and Teal square pattern tie, white shirt with white pocket square, pinstriped suit, no lapel pin or Power Balance bracelet.

    Game 26: Boston College, W 48-46 – Purple gradient tie with pink square accents with white pocket square, white shirt and no lapel pin or Power Balance bracelet

    Game 27: NC State, W 75-63 – Carolina blue and brown diamond designed with white pocket square, white shirt and Carolina blue jacket, no lapel pin or Power Balance bracelet.

    Game 28: Maryland, W 87-76 – Carolina blue and navy squares sans pocket square, white shirt, pinstriped suit, no lapel pin or Power Balance bracelet.

    Game 29: Florida State, W 72-70 – Carolina blue and navy paisley tie with white pocket square, white shirt, pinstriped suit, no lapel pin or Power Balance bracelet.

    Game 30: Dook, W 81-67 - Very light Carolina blue tie with white pocket square, white and Carolina blue vertically striped shirt, pinstriped suit, no lapel pin or Power Balance bracelet.

    [Photos by  N&O and InsideCarolina]

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  • bwineka 3:09 pm on February 11, 2011 Permalink | Reply
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    Roy Williams Tie Tracker: Dook 

    One thing all UNC fans have come to know, love and expect of Roy Williams is his fashionable selection of ties, most often courtesy of Chapel Hill outfitter Alexander Julian. The same man who put the argyle on the side of the basketball uniform is still turning heads with what he’s putting around Ol’ Roy’s neck. So, here at The Rafters we decided to pay homage to the best accesory in college hoops, if not the entire sporting world, and document every tie Roy Williams wears this season.

    Same thing we saw against Long Beach State.

    Here’s this years stats:

    Exhibition: Barton, W 108-67 – Plain Carolina blue tie with white pocket square, white shirt and pinstriped suit, no Tar Heel lapel pin

    Game 1: Lipscomb, W 80-66 – Beige tie with light blue diamonds and brown accents with white pocket square (for part of game), white shirt and pinstriped suit, no lapel pin

    Game 2: Hofstra, W 107-63 – No tie, Carolina blue polo with interlocking NC logo on chest,  Power Balance bracelet

    Game 3: Minnesota, L 67-72 – No tie, striped blue and white polo with interlocking NC logo on chest, Power Balance bracelet

    Game 4: Vanderbilt, L 65-72 – No tie, white polo with several blue stripes with interlocking NC logo on chest, no Power Balance bracelet

    Game 5: UNC-Asheville, W 80-69 – Purple gradient tie with pink square accents with Carolina blue pocket square, Carolina blue shirt and no lapel pin or Power Balance bracelet

    Game 6: College of Charleston, W 74-69 – Carolina blue with zig-zagging right angles with slim, white pocket square, white shirt, no lapel pin or Power Balance bracelet.

    Game 7: Illinois, L 67-79 – Black and silver paisley tie with white pocket square, white gridded shirt, sublimated plaid blazer, no lapel pin or Power Balance bracelet.

    Game 8: Kentucky, W 75-73 – Very light Carolina blue tie with white pocket square, white and Carolina blue vertically striped shirt, pinstriped suit, no lapel pin or Power Balance bracelet.

    Game 9: Evansville, W 76-49 – Solid tie with white pocket square, white shirt, pinstriped suit, no lapel pin or Power Balance bracelet.

    Game 10: Long Beach State, W 96-91 – Carolina blue and navy squares with white pocket square, white shirt, pinstriped suit, no lapel pin or Power Balance bracelet.

    Game 11: Texas, L 76-78 – Carolina blue tie with diagonal striped with blue pocket square, white shirt, no lapel pin or Power Balance bracelet.

    Game 12: William and Mary, W 85-60 – Purple gradient tie with pink square accents with Carolina blue pocket square, Carolina blue shirt and no lapel pin or Power Balance bracelet.

    Game 13: Rutgers, W 78-55 – ?

    Game 14: St. Francis, W 103-54 – Purple tie with blue, olive and violet accents, white shirt with white pocket square, no lapel pin or Power Balance bracelet.

    Game 15: Virginia, W 62-56 – Blue crosshatched tie, white shirt with white pocket square, pinstriped suit, no lapel pin or Power Balance bracelet.

    Game 16: Virginia Tech, W 64-61 – Carolina blue with zig-zagging right angles with white pocket square, white shirt, pinstriped suit, no lapel pin or Power Balance bracelet.

    Game 17: Georgia Tech, L 58-78 – Solid tie with white pocket square, white shirt, pinstriped suit, no lapel pin or Power Balance bracelet.

    Game 18: Clemson, W 75-65 – Very light Carolina blue tie with white pocket square, white and Carolina blue vertically striped shirt, pinstriped suit, no lapel pin or Power Balance bracelet.

    Game 19: Miami, W 74-71 – Carolina blue and white plaid with white pocket square, white shirt, pinstriped suit, no lapel pin or Power Balance bracelet.

    Game 20: NC State, W 84-64 – Carolina blue and brown diamond designed with white pocket square, white shirt and Carolina blue jacket, no lapel pin or Power Balance bracelet.

    Game 21: Boston College, W 106-74 – Purple gradient tie with pink square accents with white pocket square, white shirt and no lapel pin or Power Balance bracelet.

    Game 22: Florida State, W 89-69 – Blue textured tie and two pocket squares (blue and white) alternating in the pin-stripe suit. Blue shirt with white stripes and a white collar.

    Game 23: Dook, L 73-79 – Carolina blue and navy squares with white pocket square, white shirt, pinstriped suit, no lapel pin or Power Balance bracelet.

    [Photos by  N&O]

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  • bwineka 1:04 pm on February 9, 2011 Permalink | Reply
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    Column: Defending Duke is inexcusable 

    The only thing worse than cheering for Dook is attempting to protect the team from others’ correctly-directed loathing. Besides being quite annoying and rather pathetic, it’s also a lost cause.

    There is really nothing that you can say to convert someone’s opinion to align with that of those seen in this picture.  At least, not anyone with a opinion worth a damn. Where do these Dook defenders get off trying to convince us sane people that amateur fans like these are somehow right? Would you want to watch a game with them? Hell no.

    But every year someone tries to extoll the virtues of the Dook program, and last season’s NCAA tourney run made it the worst year of recent memory. The even larger problem is, they all sound the same.

    “Why do you hate a program of overachievers that continually plays by the book and has the best fans in college basketball?,” the columns ask rhetorically.

    Because they are a bunch of asses. The fans aren’t really great, they just dress up and get loud. I have only met two people that could actually talk basketball and were Dook fans, and only one of them went to school there. The others just go because that’s what you do. It even takes rather lame cheer sheets to direct them on what to say. I would assume they also include that their team (Dook) is the one wearing white.

    And that’s just one bone to pick with the “future doctors and lawyers of America” as Dickie V always puts it, after wiping the fecal matter off his lips. But if you need better proof of why disliking the Dook program, I direct you to this wonderful article by Andrew Sharp.

    He broke it down very well. Coach K really is the prickish weasel we all thought he was. The program is not as clean as they make you think.  And really goes to town on the whole program with a lot of support to back him up.

    Yet articles like these from the Washington Post continue to pop up. In this edition of  ”Look, I’m an unbiased journalist and don’t hate on Dook,” Mike Wise says it all comes down to envy. Excuse me Mike. We’re Carolina fans. We have more beautiful women, more recent success on the court and our own hall of famer in Roy Williams, as well as players that don’t make you want to just punch them in the face because they look funny. What do we have to be envious about?

    There were those couple years there where Dook seemed to be hitting the skids. It limped into the NCAA tournament after finishing the ACC season with a .500 mark. UNC was winning NCAA championships and bullying Dook int he head-to-head match-ups. And you know what? I never hated Dook more. I wanted to see them crushed. I wanted that smirk crushed off K’s face. I wanted more mysterious ailments to stricken the coach so that he would take elective surgeries to hide the shame and grief.

    Like the book of the same name says, to hate like this is to be happy forever. It’s in our DNA as Carolina fans to hate Dook. To get wasted on a weekday afternoon when Roy Williams appeared on Harrison Barnes’ skype account. To want to commit arson when driving down Erwin Road in Durham and seeing a 2010 NCAA championship banner from some building scaffolding.

    And at least we’re not alone. Ben Cohen wrote a piece for Deadspin last year about, you guessed it, why you shouldn’t hate Dook. It was uninspired. Well, the Duke grad came back this year with a doozy for the website. “Devil’s Advocate,” where he would give another reason why our hatred is wrong every week. Well, either he ran out of content or nobody cared enough to read the article because there hasn’t been a new post since the Devils were 10-0, or about two months ago.

    Guess everybody was thinking the same thing:

    Go to hell, Dook.

     
    • SEO 7:26 pm on March 21, 2014 Permalink | Reply

      I love to share knowledge that I’ve accumulated through the
      year to help enhance team performance.

  • bwineka 12:34 pm on November 16, 2010 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: all-access, art, , Dook, , , , , painting, poetry   

    Finally, a suitable replacement for JJ Redick’s poetry 

    Although it’s been several years, it’s still fun to make fun of JJ Redick’s redickulous prose. But it’s beginning to become outdated. JJ isn’t quite as much of a joke he used to be as he is almost an asset to a very good NBA team. Almost, but still, the guy has value on a professional level. Maybe not as much value as a Tar Heel on the same team, but some value.

    Last week we were blessed with another Dookie’s  creative “talents” – Kyle Singler’s.

    While this video makes me not loathe him as much, a feature on ESPNU’s all-access of the Dook basketball team gives us all another reason to clown on the senior. Check out the video below.

    Several quotes here:

    “I got good at it.” The Rafters can think of many adjectives to describe this wall mural. Good is not in that list.

    “The whole idea of this is God, basketball court up in the clouds, hoop dreams. Kind of a tribute to the team last year.” Not even a Carolina fan could have thought of such a horrible, demeaning tribute to put up in the Dook players lounge to commemorate a national championship. Thank you, Kyle Singler, for something so insulting, not even a Tar Heel could have thought of it.

    So there it is ladies and gentlemen. JJ Redick’s poetry has now been replaced by Kyle Singler’s artistry. Commence insulting.

     
  • shwineka 1:45 pm on November 8, 2010 Permalink | Reply
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    Monday (Carolina) Blues 

    (Photo by newsobserver.com)

    The first public scrimmage is in the books, and eerily it’s quite the same as last year’s results. Barry Jacobs at TarHeelBlue pointed out recently how similar this season has begun compared to last season, and the connections keep on coming. Last year, Carolina toppled Belmont Abbey by 48 in exhibition before the roller coaster began. This year? Barton by 41.  Twilight Zoneish right? Not really. In the 2008-’09 championship season, UNC’s exhibition victory over UNC-Pembroke was 40 points. It happens every year. Now, more about that scrimage:

    • Justin Watts played well, even when stepping into the Four position. It appears Watts will be relied on to spell Zeller and Henson, while giving up eight and six inches to them respectively. His athleticism and strength are allowing him to step into this role. I like this development. With Watts in there playing small, he could draw his potentially (much) bigger defenders out of the lane to create space, or even to create a mismatch with his speed. Jury is still out on his driving capability, though. And as Adam Lucas points out, Watts played well in the exhibition game last year.
    • Harrison Barnes didn’t quite perform at a preseason AP All-America level, but hey, he’s still a freshman (human). Playing in front of thousands in the Dean Dome has got to rattle your nerves a bit. His low point total, seven, wasn’t as much of a concern as the turnovers, six, but again as Roy expressed after the game, Barnes’ work ethic is notoriously Hansbrough-esque, and this game might just have been an anomaly.
    • Now, enough criticism, how about some highlights?
    • This seems odd. Can anybody explain to me the abnormal number of positive posts on this Duke message board regarding the Tar Heels?
    • Departing from the exhibition coverage, Bleacher Report (in its typical annoying slideshow format) lists the Tar Heels as one of the teams most likely to beat Duke this year, but we already knew that.
    • Another from the desk of Captain Obvious, but AP listed Barnes as one of its six freshman to watch.
    • The Daily Tar Heel’s basketball preview, in all its attempting-to-remain-objective glory. Not knocking the DTH, they do a great job, but c’mon, how can they pretend they’re not UNC fans? I worked at the DTH, and I never tried to get on the sports desk for that very reason. Predictably, I started writing for a blog where I can say whatever I want. Go J-School diploma!!
    • Some more DTH-ness, UNC will be selling basketball tickets on StubHub this year.

    Lastly, there are only four days until all is right with the world again and the argyle is flying up and down the hardwood in Chapel Hill. It’s been too long. Carolina’s opponent, Lipscomb, was so nice as to make this quick facts sheet on their team. A more comprehensive preview will be coming.

     
    • Fats 1:37 am on August 13, 2011 Permalink | Reply

      Play ifnoartmive for me, Mr. internet writer.

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