Danny Green sometimes looks ahead and wonders about the possibility of an unbeaten regular season for North Carolina. A few of his Tar Heels teammates have done the same.
UNC will try to end its drought in Atlanta
The Winston-Salem Journal
The wind gusted. The sky threatened. And UNC basketball star Tyler Hansbrough, who doesn't like flying in the best of weather, dreaded boarding the team flight from Atlanta back home in March.
Most players wouldn't have a choice.
But most teams don't have Dave Harder -- a Durham-based bus driver who not only hauls the top-ranked Tar Heels to and from local games but also drives his bus to meet them at longer-distance destinations and drives them around there, as well.
Super Dave's bus travels with Tar Heels
The News and Observer
It was before the Georgia Tech game last year that Ty Lawson began to appreciate the value of practice. North Carolina coach Roy Williams had to throw him out of one to make it happen. And then bench him for the start of the Tar Heels' game against the Yellow Jackets.
The Durham Herald-Sun
Coach Roy Williams has a habit of saying he operates under the notion that North Carolina has six starters at its disposal.
But that's not to suggest sixth man Danny Green is planning on petitioning the NCAA for major rule amendments to opening lineups.
Green enjoys role coming off bench
The Burlington Times-News
The torn ACL in Bobby Frasor's left knee has taken away his physical capabilities, sidelining him for the rest of the season, but his sense of humor refuses to be silenced.
Frasor down but not out
The Daily Tar Heel
North Carolina point guard Ty Lawson's speed makes him the perfect point guard for coach Roy Williams' system.
Lawson will make an NBA coach just as happy the day he decides to leave Chapel Hill and turn pro.
The sophomore not only has the skills to play in the NBA now, but he is developing into the kind of player who will enjoy a successful career.
Quickness matters in the NBA – and UNC's Lawson has plenty of it
The Rocky Mount Telegram
How far can Carolina go?
That is becoming the question as the nation's No. 1-ranked team continues to win without losing.
Still going, still growing
The Chapel Hill News
The formula exists for beating North Carolina at its baby blue best. And the fellas over at the basketball lab on 10th Street know it well. For that's where the method was perfected 15 years ago.
Former Jacket recall formula for beating Tar Heels
The Atlanta Journa-Constitution