Tuesday's UNC Links

Tuesday's links from around the 'net.

Carolina Basketball

Reached Monday afternoon, UNC basketball coach Roy Williams said he had just received the latest information by word of mouth. "So any information I release will be after I have a chance to talk to the family," Williams said.
Curry receives probation
Raleigh News & Observer

More than a dozen of Curry's family members sat in the courtroom along with several TV and newspaper reporters as the judge read Curry's sentence. "This punishment is less than the punishment you've done to yourself," Judge Titus said.
Curry pleads guilty, avoids jail sentence
Durham Herald-Sun

"It's a very serious matter and has been treated so by Coach (Roy) Williams," said Dick Baddour, UNC athletics director. "Roy is in San Antonio (at the NCAA Final Four). He hasn't had a chance to talk to the family, and I haven't had a chance to talk to him about it. So we won't have any official word until I do that."
Curry pleads guilty to charges
Greensboro News & Record

Miami, Virginia Tech, and Boston College are on the way, but the ACC isn't going to become a football league anytime soon. Not even close. In fact, if you were one of the other BCS conferences and dreaded the idea of the ACC getting some recruiting bounce with two teams in the Final Four, polish your sales pitch.
ACC cream of the crop next season

No. 6 - The Tar Heels will be a top-10 team, assuming the Big Three of Raymond Felton, Sean May and McCants all return for their junior seasons. Now add Marvin Williams from Seattle, assuming he doesn't turn to the NBA. If these four are around Chapel Hill, the Tar Heels will have the depth to go with the talent, and remain as offensively productive as any team above them on this list. Roy Williams won't let next year's squad slide to an average ACC record like this season.
Final Four Top 25

For example, sources told The Post that Doherty has contacted his former assistant coach Fred Quartlebaum, currently an assistant at Iowa State, about joining him at St. John's. And Doherty has reached out to Long Island Panthers coach Gary Charles, to make certain he's welcome here.
NY Post

Auburn is working from a list of candidates that includes Capel, Anderson and Tennessee-Chattanooga coach Jeff Lebo. All three interviewed with Auburn's Hal Baird in San Antonio last week.
Jeff Lebo in running for Auburn job
The Birmingham News

Carolina Football

In early February, Ingram drove himself north for a series of 1-on-1 interviews with coaches at Duke, North Carolina State and North Carolina. Coaches at UNC were impressed with game footage of the 6-foot-1, 210-pound Ingram - as well as his persistence and confidence - and last week offered him one of three out-of-state walk-on invitations.
Ingram to walk on at North Carolina
Bradenton Herald

Trimane Goddard hasn't played his final high school football game just yet. The star for the Roanoke Redskins, who was named the Washington Daily News Offensive Player of the Year last fall, will play in the NCCA Oasis Shrine East-West All-Star game. The 56th football all-star game, which features 64 of the state's top football seniors, will be held July 21. Kickoff is set for 8 p.m.
Goddard to play in East-West all-star game
Washington Daily News

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