Our panel on which ACC men's basketball program does the most with the least, and other finer points of recruiting in the conference.
- 11/25W 79-60
- 11/30W 78-51
- 12/1W 67-63
- 12/217L 69-67
- 12/83L 93-80
- 12/12W 73-67
- 12/19W 75-63
- 12/22L 79-76
- 12/30L 72-67
- 1/2W 66-65
- 1/5W 67-65
- 1/12W 81-75
- 1/16L 82-75
- 1/20W 80-73
- 1/23W 86-76
- 1/26W 75-65
- 2/2L 63-50
- 2/6W 91-87
- 2/139L 60-48
- 2/17W 82-62
- 2/20W 99-54
- 2/24L 83-70
- 2/2711W 78-70
- 3/1L 72-70
- 3/6W 91-73
- 3/10W 101-59
- 3/1122W 81-73
- 3/1215L 69-66
- 3/199L 85-62
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Jeff Borzello talked to anonymous coaches about the ACC schools that have the most and fewest recruiting advantages.
- North Carolina picks up transfer Manek from OU
- Miss. State adds touted transfer Brooks from UNC
- Heel turn: Davis fills staff with ex-UNC players
- UNC's Davis to average $2M per year under deal
Comings and goings in the transfer portal have shaken up the Top 25 for next season in a signifiicant way.
The North Carolina Tar Heels have added 3-point shooting big man Brady Manek as a transfer from the Oklahoma Sooners.
Mississippi State coach Ben Howland has signed former North Carolina forward Garrison Brooks as a graduate transfer after he had nearly 1,300 points and 800 rebounds in four seasons with the Tar Heels.
New North Carolina men's basketball coach Hubert Davis has turned to former UNC players Sean May, Brad Frederick and Jeff Lebo to fill out his coaching staff. Steve Robinson, a longtime assistant under Roy Williams, was not retained.
New North Carolina head coach Hubert Davis will average $2 million annually in salary, compensation from apparel and multimedia deals, and an expense allowance.
Center Walker Kessler, heavily pursued by Gonzaga and others, decided to transfer from North Carolina to Auburn on Monday.
Bomani Jones and Dominque Foxworth discuss the #TwoAmericas in horn honking and door knocking, the wealth of The Masters (8:41), as well as Hubert Davis getting introduced as the first Black MBB coach of North Carolina (13:45). Plus, the guys update the Deshaun Watson situation after the majority of his sponsors have bailed on him (23:58). Show Announcement Sign up for our first live show! Seats are limited: bit.ly/therighttime422
New UNC coach Hubert Davis understands the challenge ahead of him in taking over the program and he's ready. "I don't feel pressure because I'm not comparing myself to anybody," Davis said. "Coach [Roy] Williams is the greatest. I'm Hubert."
We continue to discuss the hiring of Hubert Davis as the new head coach for North Carolina basketball and speak with former UNC guard Kenny Williams and former UNC center Scott Williams, and get their thoughts on Coach Davis as well as the retirement of Roy Williams. Plus we announce the 2020-21 volleyball awards and honor National Student-Athlete day.
Former UNC Center Eric Montross returns to the show to give us his thoughts on the hiring of Hubert Davis. We also visit with the man who is responsible for the hire and speak with North Carolina Athletic director Bubba Cunningham and hear what the process was like.. Plus we speak with the Louisville Director of Athletics Vince Tyra and hear about the recent success the Cardinals have been having in both men and women's sports.
North Carolina hires Hubert Davis as next men’s head basketball coach. Davis has been an assistant coach at UNC since 2012. We visit with writer Adam Lucas from "GoHeels.com" who shares his insight on the hiring of Hubert Davis as the new men’s basketball coach at UNC.. Plus the Lumberjacks give us a little "ACC True or False".
Gonzaga fell short after an epic run, but should have the returning talent to compete for a national championship again next season.
North Carolina has promoted longtime assistant Hubert Davis to replace Roy Williams as the Tar Heels' new head basketball coach.
The Right Time: Final Four reactions, Roy Williams retires, Braves issue statement after ASG move and more!
Bomani Jones reacts to Gonzaga’s victory over UCLA in the Final Four and connects it to the “reasons” behind the retirement of legendary North Carolina coach Roy Williams (1:13). He also shares why the Braves’ response to MLB moving the All-Star Game from Atlanta hurt him personally (15:27). Plus, an IYHH including the impact of blockage in the Suez Canal (29:00) and your voicemails from heated Twitter beefs that you have had (43:24). IYHH Stories @ReedAlbergotti on the dangers of trusting the Apple App Store after someone’s life savings was stolen by a fake app. https://bit.ly/3t4YMGh @greene on Amazon picking a Twitter fight over claims that workers resort to urinating in bottles. https://bit.ly/3sO5TCC @concertina226 on the cost of the Suez Canal blockage. https://bit.ly/3wwnjGj
We look back at the best plays in the ACC including an incredible catch from Clemson’s Andrew Booth Jr. Plus North Carolina Women's Lacrosse coach Jenny Levy stops by to talk about their 17-6 win over Syracuse on Saturday. And Former North Carolina Guard Phil Ford joins the program to share his thoughts on the retirement of Hall of Fame coach Roy Williams.
Coaches from throughout college basketball reacted to the unexpected retirement of North Carolina coach Roy Williams.
Roy Williams shocked the college basketball world by retiring on Thursday. Who will be the top candidates for one of the game's critical roles?
On the day of Roy Williams' retirement, Jay Bilas reflects on the legacy of a basketball coach who is revered in the game for his kindness as much as his on-court accomplishments.
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