Weekend Watch: February 15-17

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It's Opening Day at the Bosh as Carolina Baseball hosts Seton Hall for a weekend series Friday, Saturday and Sunday at 3, 2, and 1 respectively. You can watch Friday's game on GoHeels.com, and there will be audio feeds for both Saturday and Sunday's games. The #1 Tar Heels are one of Five locks for Omaha, according to Tom Shatel of the Omaha World-Herald. The baseball program is really trying to make games more fan-friendly in 2013. Check out what's new at the Bosh this year.

Women's Lacrosse hosts Towson Friday at 4, then Richmond Sunday at 1.

Softball is in College Station for the Aggie Classic. On Friday, they'll face Stephen F. Austin at 11, then Texas A&M at 6:15. Saturday, they'll face off with the same two teams at 1:15 and 4. Sunday, they'll play Pitt at 11.

Track hosts the Kent Taylor Invitational on Saturday.

Men's Basketball will try to avenge a January loss at Virginia when they host the Cavaliers Saturday at noon. If you're not in the Smith Center, you can watch that game on the ACC Network. JV men's basketball plays Fork Union Military Academy at 9 a.m.

Men's Lacrosse is in Kennesaw, Georgia to take on UMass Saturday at 1.

Gymnastics has a meet with N.C. State and Pittsburgh Saturday at 7 in Raleigh.

Men's Golf is in Palmer, P.R. for the Puerto Rico Classic.

Wrestling hosts Campbell in the Carolina Duals Sunday at 1, then The Citadel at 2.

Women's basketball is in Tallahassee Sunday at 1 to take on Florida State.

And Monday, Women's Tennis tries to keep a great thing going when the host Florida at 2.

Diversions

Michael Jordan turns 50 on Sunday, and you'll be hearing a lot about him. This piece by Wright Thompson is outstanding. The Ball Don't Lie blog has 10 things you might not know about Michael.

Harrison Barnes and Tyler Zeller will team up for Team Shaq in the NBA Rising Stars Challenge. The game is Friday at 9 on TNT.

I've recommended R.A. Dickey's autobiography, Wherever I Wind Up, here before. In this story for the New York Daily News, he details his trip to Mumbai to help fight sex trafficking.

My wife and I enjoyed watching the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show early this week. Here's a cool feature from the New York Times, with portraits of every Best of Breed winner.

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