Dick Vitale includes Carolina among his six teams to watch for next season...The first in a season in review series starts with Leslie McDonald...A very, very in-depth look at Marvin Williams' season so far and his prospects as a free agent...Sean May went to the Masters...There are some very promising ideas for the future of college basketball in this look at what the rules committee may do next...An attempt to statistically evaluate which program has had the most combined men's and women's basketball success, and not surprisingly, Carolina is among the leading contenders...
15 points and five rebounds for Danny Green...Brandan Wright had eight points, and Vince Carter added six...Nine points and five rebounds for Harrison Barnes...The true highlight of the night came from Danny Green, who posted this:
As always, good stuff from Lee Pace on the spring football environment in Chapel Hill, and getting you ready for tomorrow's spring game...As a reminder, here are the details on tomorrow's spring game...A Q&A with new assistant coach Seth Littrell, who has some big plans for the UNC offense...Ryan Switzer is preparing for what promises to be a big sophomore season:
The women's basketball team finished seventh in the final coaches' poll, the program's best finish since 2008...Trent Thornton is on the midseason Golden Spikes watch list...Very cool honor for Paige Hanson of the women's lacrosse team:
CONGRATS Paige Hanson who will graduate in May with 'Highest Honors' from UNC! Her 88 page Thesis received the Highest Possible Award today!— UNC Women's Lacrosse (@uncwlax) April 10, 2014
Fencing travels to the Division I championships. Men's tennis hosts Georgia Tech at 3 p.m., while baseball hosts Wake Forest in the first game of a big series at 7 p.m.
This is an older story, but if you haven't read it, it's a must-read. And if you did read it last year on Masters weekend, it's worth reading again. Wright Thompson, probably the best sportswriter going today, writes about the significant of Augusta National to his father, but it ends up being about much more than golf.