Weekend Watch: June 14-16

The Diamond Heels are on the ground in Omaha and ready to compete in their sixth College World Series in the last eight years. Before I take to the air myself, I wanted to share some links with you ahead of the weekend.

Here's what you should know: Carolina takes on North Carolina State at 3 p.m. ET on Sunday on ESPN2. Here's your tournament bracket. The Tar Heels' next game will come Tuesday, either at 3 p.m. or 8 p.m., depending on what happens Sunday. Of course, all games will be broadcast on the Tar Heel Sports Network as well. Listen live on GoHeels.com or Chapelboro.com.

The Tar Heels are 2-1 against the Wolfpack in 2013, after having split the meetings in Raleigh and with Carolina taking a 2-1 decision in 18 innings in the ACC Tournament. N.C. State will send sophomore left-hander Carlos Rodon to the bump while Carolina counters with junior southpaw Kent Emanuel. Those two have never matched up against one another.

If you're going to Omaha, don't miss this Fan Guide from our own Jenn DiMeo. Here's the official CWS fan guide as well. Also, download the official app.

Parks Jordan drew a walk that forced in the game-winning run on Tuesday. Bobby Hundley breaks it down.

Spencer Herlong has a nice photo essay on the last N.C. State and Carolina battle, the 18-inning thriller at DBAP.

Carolina's women's athletics program won the 2012-13 Capital One Cup.

Roy Williams Carolina Basketball Camp is in session, and that means the annual player-alumni camp games are taking place. Our Adam Lucas breaks down this week's game.

Danny Green exploded for 27 points in the Spurs' Game 3 NBA Finals win over the Heat. He opened his postgame press conference in style. With the series now knotted at two, game five is Sunday in San Antonio at 8 p.m. on ABC.

With two weeks to go, Reggie Bullock is making a late push in NBA Draft projections.







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