North Carolina at Virginia Tech

03 September 2021
Every NCAA Football broadcast this season streams RIGHT HERE on WestwoodOneSports.com as well as on the TuneIn app for your mobile device. You can also listen on an affiliate radio station near you or by asking your…
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Roy Williams Post-Retirement Interview with Jim Gray & P.J. Carlesimo

03 April 2021
Following his retirement announcement earlier this week, North Carolina head coach Roy Williams spoke with Westwood One’s Jim Gray and P.J. Carlesimo in this nearly 20-minute conversation. Roy discusses his decision to retire, the future of the college game, his plans for retired life and much more. Every game of…
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(9) Wisconsin vs. (8) North Carolina
First Round (@Mackey Arena)

19 March 2021
Until a national champion is crowned, Westwood One is your home for college basketball. Every game of the tournament streams RIGHT HERE on WestwoodOneSports.com as well as on the TuneIn app for your mobile device. You can also listen on an affiliate radio station near you. You’ll also find our…
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North Carolina at Syracuse

01 March 2021
Until a national champion is crowned, Westwood One is your home for college basketball. Every NCAA Basketball broadcast this season streams RIGHT HERE on WestwoodOneSports.com as well as on the TuneIn app for your mobile device. You can also listen on an affiliate radio station near you.
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North Carolina at Duke

06 February 2021
Until a national champion is crowned, Westwood One is your home for college basketball. Every NCAA Basketball broadcast this season streams RIGHT HERE on WestwoodOneSports.com as well as on the TuneIn app for your mobile device. You can also listen on an affiliate radio station near you.
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1982 Championship Game – North Carolina vs. Georgetown

29 March 2020
Westwood One, the official network radio partner of the NCAA, will rerun 15 Great Games in NCAA Tournament History to help college basketball fans experience the madness of March, after the NCAA cancelled this year’s winter and spring championships, including March Madness, due to the evolving COVID-19 public health threat.
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