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Hayes Permar

What does Hayes like about sports? Walk offs, walkovers, walk ups, walk outs, walks, Ewoks, “Walk Like A Man” by Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons. He is from Wake County and dropped out of Davidson, UNC and NC State, jumps on whatever in-state bandwagon is currently tracking towards a championship and has a favorite team but pretends he doesn’t for journalistic purposes.

R.L.’s Media Musings: the Fox/Disney Deal

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Editor’s note: New contributor R.L. will write regularly about media topics of interest to the sports fans of NC. He’ll also contribute to our coverage of UNC hoops. And if I know him well, he’ll probably write some stuff about running (he’s closing in on 50 career marathons). R.L. spent 27 years as a newspaper… Read more »

Light the Maye-norah

Articles, Opinion, SC8 Diary

It’s the third night of Hanukkah and I’m ready to put together some takes hotter than the oil I’m cooking my latkes in. You know who makes me think of Hanukkah? Luke Maye. And since there’s no way you could possibly be sick of Luke Maye content yet, here are 8 ways Luke Maye perfectly represents… Read more »

Tar Heels’ Shooting Against Western Sizzlin

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featured photo courtesy of goheels.com//Peyton Williams 8 Things from UNC’s Tar Heels easy test vs. Western Carolina heading to their exam break By R.L. Bynum What happened? CHAPEL HILL — Combining North Carolina’s rebounding domination (53-25) with incredible proficiency from 3-point range doomed Western Carolina, even after the Catamounts jumped to a 5-0 lead. The… Read more »

R.L.’s Media Musings: An Update on Cam vs. The Media

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Editor’s note: New contributor R.L. will write regularly about media topics of interest to the sports fans of NC. He’ll also contribute to our coverage of UNC hoops. And if I know him well, he’ll probably write some stuff about running (he’s closing in on 50 career marathons). R.L. spent 27 years as a newspaper… Read more »

Defensive Tar Heels ride the Green Wave

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featured image by Jeffrey Camarati/goheels.com 8 Things From UNC’s Win Over Tulane By R.L. Bynum What happened? CHAPEL HILL — As probably the least-talented opponent that North Carolina has faced this season, Tulane (6–25 last season) gave the Tar Heels a chance at an easy victory. They pounced on that opportunity early on the way… Read more »