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2015-16 Schedule
13-12, 12th in ACC
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Hatchell suspended for ref contact, NCAA violation

North Carolina women's basketball coach Sylvia Hatchell faces a two-game suspension for making contact with an official during a recent loss to Duke as well as for an NCAA violation.

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North Carolina - Notre Dame Postgame Breakdown (1:13)

Dana O'Neil ESPN Senior Writer 

Post game Roy Williams said he benched Brice Johnson in the first half for cursing loudly coming into a timeout. Johnson was angry at himself but Williams told. ESPN.com, "there were 8 or 9 year old little kids behind our bench. That can't happen. We have to have some standards as to how we behave and what we represent. It can't just be about winning." A sheepish Johnson said he worried if he wouldn't get back in - "he passed me over like four times," but added he'd never make the same mistake again.

Dana O'Neil ESPN Senior Writer 

During the break, fan cam caught a couple of folks in Duke jerseys. They were booed mercilessly. And they were maybe 11.

Dana O'Neil ESPN Senior Writer 

Riding Brice Johnson, Carolina comes all the way back from down 11 to tie it at 38 at the half. Johnson has 13. UCLA which had solved its early season turnover bug, has coughed it up 11 times for 14 easy Heel points.

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85dMechelle Voepel

Voepel: Season of uncertainty awaits North Carolina

North Carolina was decimated by transfers and still could be impacted with the school's academic-scandal investigation. It's going to be a challenging season for the Tar Heels, to say the least.

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Oregon beats No. 22 North Carolina women 79-77

Lexi Bando scored 18 points, Jillian Alleyne had 12 points and 13 rebounds and Oregon upset No. 22 North Carolina 79-77 on Sunday, marking the first time the Tar Heels ever opened the season with

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92dCharlie Creme

ACC preview: All eyes on the Irish

The ACC might be the country's deepest league, with eight legitimate NCAA tournament contenders. But Notre Dame, which seeks its third consecutive ACC title, remains the favorite.

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Signing Week: Emily Sullivan (0:21)

More trouble at Chapel Hill

While preparing a response to the NCAA's notice of allegations, North Carolina uncovered more potential violations in its women's basketball and men's soccer programs. The school reported the violations to the NCAA committee on infractions on Aug. 10.