The ACC Nation Morning Edition
In a rain-delayed contest, North Carolina rallied for a 4-3 win over Oregon State in game one of best-of-three College World Series championship. Carolina starter Andrew Miller may have been disappointed in the way his appearance ended, but he can't be upset that his Tar Heels are one win away from a national title.
Pat Forde of ESPN.com writes that the championship series is a victory of all cold-weather college baseball programs.
While we're on the subject of baseball, this year's No. 1 seed in the NCAA tournament, Clemson, is hoping that their top pitcher will return to school next year.
Former Tar Heels Raymond Felton and Sean May had their options picked up for a third year by the Charlotte Bobcats.
Virginia's Dave Leitao is focusing on character as well as talent while recruiting. Al Groh should take a lesson from the basketball coach.
Meanwhile, Virginia Tech's Seth Greenberg is trying to get size and speed. Of course, who isn't?
Finally, as the NBA draft approaches, the Orlando Sentinel looks back at the 1986 draft, where two ACC players were taken high then done in by drugs and the entire draft seemed to be "haunted," according to Pat Williams of the Magic.