Morning Heel: UNC Tar Heels Daily News Links

Welcome to another edition of the Morning Heel, a daily feature here at Keeping It Heel.  Along with The Hub we want to bring you not only our original content but a collection of all the best UNC news.  Have a link to suggest? [email protected]

Coaches most likely to join 900 win club
6. Roy Williams (61) – 685 wins: Williams didn’t become a head coach until he was 38. That’s six years older than Boeheim was. With 215 wins to go, Williams would likely need to coach until he was about 70. (ESPN.com)

ACC Freshman Watch, Jan. 1
8. Marcus Paige, North Carolina (7.42 ppg, 4.33 apg, 1.73 Ast/TO): UNC has had its ups and downs in the Post-Kendall Marshall Era, but it seems as though the Tar Heels’ new left-handed point guard is beginning to get a feel for the offense. Marcus Paige leads ACC freshmen with 4.33 assists-per-game, and he’s beginning to play more minutes per game while splitting less time at the point with Dexter Strickland. (ACC Sports Journal)

Top 10 ACC stories of 2012
After two seasons away from its usual home, the NCAA women’s soccer championship trophy returned to Chapel Hill on Dec. 2 when coach Anson Dorrance’s team defeated Penn State 4-1 to earn its record 21st national title. (Wilmington Star News)

McAdoo, Tar Heels needed win like the one vs. UNLV
The Tar Heels certainly changed the tenor of their season Saturday with a 79-73 win over No. 20 UNLV at the Smith Center. Whether it carries over into conference play remains to be seen — UNC starts the ACC campaign Sunday at Virginia (8 p.m., ESPNU) — but the Tar Heels finally were able to celebrate a big win. (Durham Herald-Sun)

KIHs UNC Year in Review: Tar Heel Coach of the Year
The staff here at Keeping It Heel got together to look back on 2012 and celebrate the top contributors to the athletic program at the great University of North Carolina. Today we will celebrate the greatest achievements in the year that is now behind us and honor those who helped make it memorable. Here we’ll look at our choice for coach of the year Tar Heel football head coach Larry Fedora. Be sure to check back later for the rest of the series where we honor the female athlete of the year, the coach of the year, game of the year, play of the year, team of the year and even the professional alumni of the year. To view portions of this series published so far click HERE.the year. To view portions of this series published so far click HERE. (KIH)

KIHs UNC Year in Review: Tar Heel Comeback Player Of The Year
The staff here at Keeping It Heel got together to look back on 2012 and celebrate the top contributors to the athletic program at the great University of North Carolina.  Today we will celebrate the greatest achievements in the year that is now behind us and honor those who helped make it memorable.   Here we’ll look at our choice for comeback player of the year UNC running back A.J. Blue.  Be sure to check back later for the rest of the series where we honor the female athlete of the year, the coach of the year, game of the year, play of the year, team of the year and even the professional alumni of the year.  To view portions of this series published so far click HERE. (KIH)

KIHs UNC Year in Review: Tar Heel Game of the Year
The staff here at Keeping It Heel got together to look back on 2012 and celebrate the top contributors to the athletic program at the great University of North Carolina.  Today we will celebrate the greatest achievements in the year that is now behind us and honor those who helped make it memorable.   Here we’ll look at our choice for the game of the year, the Tar Heels victory over arch rival Duke in Durham to win the ACC regular season championship.  Be sure to check back later for the rest of the series where we honor the female & male athlete of the year, the coach of the year,play of the year, team of the year and even the professional alumni of the year.  To view portions of this series published so far click HERE. (KIH)

KIHs UNC Year in Review: Tar Heel Play of the Year (KIH)

KIHs UNC Year in Review: Tar Heel Male Athlete of the Year (KIH)

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