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1 day ago UNC Basketball: Tennessee Game Thread
Kevin Jairaj-USA TODAY Sports ACC/SEC Challenge time in Chapel Hill. The ACC and SEC are taking on their first early season challenge between the two conferences with UNC drawing Tennessee for the inaugural matchup. Both teams found themselves in a bit of trouble over Thanksgiving with the Tar Heels losing their first game of the season to Villanova in the Bahamas and Tennessee dropping games to #2 Purdue and #1 Kansas in back-to-back matchups out in Maui. Losing to those two teams is definitely nothing shameful for the Volunteers. Their team is allowing just over 61 points per game so far in the early going. Their offense, on the other hand, has struggled. They are tied for 222nd in the country with 73.7 points per game, which is quite a bit different from Carolina’s 30th ranked offense at 85.3 points per game. UNC’s offense will try and keep that rolling against the Volunteers in what should be a pretty fun early season matchup at the Dean Dome. As always, we’ll be back after the game with a complete roundup of the happenings. Until then... Go Heels!
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1 day ago UNC Football lands Texas A&M transfer quarterback Max Johnson
Petre Thomas-USA TODAY Sports With Drake Maye likely entering the NFL Draft, Mack Brown has added depth to the signal-caller position. Texas A&M quarterback Max Johnson announced today that he is transferring to UNC to finish out his college career. This announcement is just days after the college football regular season ended, and he is the first transfer for the Tar Heels so far. Excited to be a Tar Heel! Let’s Go! @Hayesfawcett3 #TarHeels— Max Johnson (@MaxJohnson14) November 29, 2023 Max Johnson will attend UNC as a graduate student, and it will be the third college he has played for. He started his career with LSU, which means he was a part of the disappointing final two years of the Ed Orgeron era. As far as his personal stats go, he completed 313 of his 523 passes for 3,884 yards, 35 touchdowns, and seven interceptions. He had the best season of his college career his final year at LSU, finishing with 2,815 yards, 27 touchdowns, and six interceptions. After transferring to Texas A&M, Johnson played in four games before suffering a season-ending hand injury. This season, Johnson finished his 2023 campaign throwing for 1,452 yards, nine touchdowns, five interceptions, and also had two touchdowns on the ground. It's also worth noting that Johnson’s season was cut short yet again after another hand injury transpired. According to Inside Carolina, Johnson isn’t a stranger to UNC’s campus. He attended UNC training camps three years in a row, and his dad actually played high school football in Black Mountain, NC. His father, Brad Johnson, was a NFL quarterback that helped lead the Tampa Bay Buccaneers to a Super Bowl title. Now that Johnson has committed to the Tar Heels, there will likely be a quarterback battle between him and Conner Harrell assuming the latter decides to stay on campus. No comments have come from Mack Brown about the transfer yet, but I’m sure we will hear his thoughts about his newest player once he is able to talk about it. In the meantime, what do you think of the newest Tar Heel? Let us know in the comments below.

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