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Players and team managers for the North Carolina Tar Heels men’s basketball program have issued an apology for partying maskless around other students who also didn’t wear masks following Saturday’s 91-87 win over the rival Duke Blue Devils. 
Hours before Monday’s scheduled showdown between the Tar Heels and Miami Hurricanes, North Carolina student newspaper The Daily Tar Heel published a video that showed North Carolina players Day’Ron Sharpe and Armando Bacot partying without wearing face coverings around other unmasked young people. As a result, the Atlantic Coast Conference postponed the matchup following “a meeting of personnel from both schools, who mutually concluded the game could not move forward today.” 
On Tuesday, North Carolina players and managers addressed the matter via an official statement: 
“Saturday night, a number of players and managers – not just the ones shown on the video that was seen – got together to celebrate our win at Duke. Our intention was to celebrate privately within our group. Unfortunately, we allowed several friends who are not members of the team to join the gathering. We were inside and not wearing masks, which were mistakes. We apologize for not adhering to the University’s and athletic department’s guidelines and apologize to Coach Williams and his staff for not stepping forward when he first addressed it with us on Sunday. We have worked too hard for eight months doing the right things to make those kinds of mistakes at this point in the season. We are hopeful we will be able to play again soon and wish to remind everyone to stay safe so this pandemic will be over as soon as possible.”

Coach Roy Williams added: 
“I appreciate the players voicing their apology. They made a mistake. They’ve been fantastic for more than eight months in the way they have dealt with the whole situation with the virus. But they realize they did make a mistake, for which they are paying a very significant price.”
As Myron Medcalf wrote for ESPN, it’s unknown if North Carolina will be cleared to play at the No. 9-ranked Virginia Cavaliers on Saturday. 

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Monday’s men’s basketball showdown between the Miami Hurricanes and North Carolina Tar Heels was postponed, but not because of any positive COVID-19 test results. 
A video shared by North Carolina student newspaper The Daily Tar Heel showed North Carolina players Day’Ron Sharpe and Armando Bacot partying without face coverings around other unmasked students following Saturday’s 91-87 win over the rival Duke Blue Devils. According to Myron Medcalf of ESPN, the Atlantic Coast Conference’s decision to postpone the contest is related to the video. 

“The postponement follows a meeting of personnel from both schools, who mutually concluded the game could not move forward today,” the ACC said in a brief statement without directly addressing the video. “Both teams continue to adhere to the minimum outlined protocols within the ACC Medical Advisory Group report, which is available on theACC.com.” 
According to Medcalf, the ACC can postpone or cancel a game due to an “inability to perform adequate contact tracing consistent with governmental requirements or recommendation” and the “inability to isolate new positive cases, or to quarantine high contact risk cases of the traveling and home team university students.”
Miami next plays at the Notre Dame Fighting Irish on Sunday. It’s unknown if North Carolina will be cleared to compete at the No. 9-ranked Virginia Cavaliers on Saturday.

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Duke-Carolina. Carolina-Duke. No matter how you say it, the blue blood programs separated by 8 miles of Tobacco Road form one of the greatest rivalries in sports.
Since 1950, these two storied programs have met 183 times. In 171 of those games, at least one of the teams was ranked…including a current streak of 154 games (as of their last meeting in Chapel Hill on Feb. 8). Both have been ranked in 85 of those meetings. To put that number into perspective, the second-most meetings of ranked rivals is 42, between North Carolina-NC State.
Over the last 107 meetings, North Carolina holds a 54-53 edge.

These two programs not only play well against each other, but they also have some of the most decorated histories in the sport. They are third and fourth all time in wins. Combined, they have won nine of the last 29 national championships and participated in 14 of the last 34 national championship games, and at least one of them has been in 22 of the last 34 Final Fours (with both making it in 1991). After Duke won back-to-back national championships in 1991 and 1992, North Carolina won it in 1993. When North Carolina won the national title in 2009, Duke followed with its own title in 2010.
Needless to say that when these two share a court together, it is event viewing. With the next chapter in the rivalry set to tip off, let’s look back at the 20 greatest moments of Duke vs. North Carolina  — or North Carolina vs. Duke.

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