Thursday's UNC Links

More on the new fball commit; UNC-Butler game is off; Will Rasheed stay in Detroit?

Carolina Football

Barbour, 6-6 and 260 pounds, said he was interested in UNC's athletics and academics. "North Carolina just takes the cake as far as academics," he said. "I can see they're improving as a team, and the staff is improving also."
Heels add two more football commitments
Durham Herald-Sun

"I committed now because I knew what I wanted," Massenburg said. "I wanted to go to Carolina. I didn't want to waste any time. I grew up a Carolina fan."
UNC adds defensive end from Roanoke Rapids to class
Winston-Salem Journal

Carolina Basketball

The Tar Heels had sought a homecoming game for Bloomington North High School graduate Sean May. But the Butler game was annulled when North Carolina was paired at Indiana on Dec. 1 in the Big Ten/ACC Challenge.
UNC-Butler game off
Indianapolis Star

"We always thought we could get here, but when 'Sheed came, we knew we could win it," Richard Hamilton said. "'Sheed did everything possible, from his talking on the court to just being a great teammate. We needed that. He was our dog, man."
Rasheed Wallace has so much to gain by staying with Pistons
Detroit News

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