Posted On: November 28, 2016
This week's Four Corners feature wraps up the week in Hawaii...The Maui Invitational is healthy and looking towards a future that will include even tougher fields (the next time the Tar Heels could participate is the 2020 field that is mentioned in the story)...Strong reviews of the Tar Heels from other Maui coaches...Indiana is dealing with some injury issues in advance of Wednesday's game and will honor their 1981 team at Wednesday's game (and that second story makes it sound like the injury issues may not be that serious)...The Tar Heels are glald to be back home:
Friday: Ty Lawson had 12 points and four rebounds...Danny Green had 11 points and seven rebounds...Harrison Barnes had 12 points and five rebounds...Ed Davis had nine points and six rebounds...Marvin Williams had eight points and two boards...Vince Carter had seven points and four rebounds...Raymond Felton had four points and an assist...James Michael McAdoo had a bucket.
Saturday: Green had six points and five rebounds...Carter had six points and four assists...
Sunday: Barnes had 23 points and seven rebounds...John Henson had 20 points and seven rebounds...Lawson had 13 points and four assists...
Bowl projections are all over the place with a week to go. Here's one for TaxSlayer, one for Belk and another for TaxSlayer with a different opponent...ESPN's ACC power rankings...
Da'Norris Searcy had an interception and a pair of tackles...Connor Barth made all three of his extra points...Brandon Tate had an eight-yard reception and a 43-yard punt return...Shaun Draughn had six catches for 49 yards...Tre Boston had seven tackles...
Good chart on how leagues performed in out of conference games against other leagues:
Women's soccer is into the Final Four...Men's soccer is through to the final eight...Volleyball swept Wake Forest on senior day and will be the No. 7 overall seed in the NCAA Tournament...Good win for women's basketball over Minnesota...Volleyball highlights:
Lee Pace's recap of where the Carolina football season stands after a disappointing finish.