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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.

Maye Day, Mayday for the Wolfpack


8 Things from UNC’s win over N.C. State by R.L. Bynum Who won? RALEIGH — Has Luke Maye seized the powers of PNC Arena dominance that Marcus Paige wielded for four years? It took him until the start of the second half to figure out how to use them. But, boy did he use them…. Read more »

UNC beat Duke


8 Things from Duke-UNC, Round 1 by R.L. Bynum Who won? CHAPEL HILL — After No. 9 Duke seemingly couldn’t miss in the first half, North Carolina took control with a 16-4 run early in the second half and survived going scoreless for more than 4.5 second-half minutes. The Tar Heels won 82-78 on Thursday… Read more »

Heels Stop Losing Streak. Panthers Extend Theirs.


featued image courtesy goheels.com/Jeffrey A. Camarati 8 Things from UNC’s Win Over Pitt by R.L. Bynum Who won? CHAPEL HILL — North Carolina found the cure for a three-game losing streak Saturday night in the closest the ACC comes to an easy game, handing Pittsburgh its school-record 11th consecutive loss, 96-65. The Panthers haven’t won… Read more »

A Stitch in Time Aids 59


by R.L. Bynum Who won? CHAPEL HILL — Make it 59–0. Clemson’s hopes that its long history of Chapel Hill futility would end was again futile Tuesday night, even on when the Tigers made 15 consecutive second-half shots. The No. 15 Tar Heels held off an incredible second-half shooting barrage for an 87-79 victory over… Read more »

Small Ball, Y’all


featured image courtesy of goheels.com/Jeffrey Camarati 8 Things about UNC’s win at home over Boston College by R.L. Bynum Who won? CHAPEL HILL — Consecutive ACC road losses against tough, ranked teams may have had some North Carolina fans wondering if it was time to panic. And Coach Roy Williams said he had to make… Read more »

R.L.’s Media Musings: Kinas on the Call at Winter Olympics


Media Notes By R.L. Bynum Kinas’ role with Westwood One expands for Winter Olympics There are few North Carolina play-by-play announcers busier than Patrick Kinas and, thanks to another golden opportunity, his schedule this winter is even crazier. A play-by-play fixture on Triangle radio since 1999, Kinas will follow up his work broadcasting the Rio… Read more »