Weekend Watch: October 12-14

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Happy Friday, everyone! I'm moving a little slowly today after staying up late to watch the Orioles and Yankees in extra innings (again). Welcome to the Weekend. It's a busy one.

Tar Heel Athletics

Carolina Football travels to Miami for a 2:30 p.m. Saturday kickoff. Larry Fedora has embraced a policy of focusing on his own team's preparation rather than worrying too much over the opponent, writes Megan Walsh. Kevin Reddick, Sylvester Williams and Jonathan Cooper were all named to Phil Steele's Midseason All-America team. Bryn Renner is a Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award candidate.

Basketball's Late Night with Roy is back for the tenth year. The event begins at 7:30 p.m. tonight at the Dean E. Smith Center. If you can't make it, you can watch on ESPN3. This week, Adam Lucas wrote of the offensive shift from the outside-in. Don't miss Adam's recap of Media Day right here on TarHeelMonthly.com.

Women's Soccer hits the road to Clemson for a match at 7 p.m. Friday.

Men's Soccer is in Charleston for a match with the Cougars Saturday at 7.

Field Hockey is at home Saturday for a 1 p.m. match with Virginia. Never been to a field hockey match? Read our Project 28 story from two weeks ago.

Cross Country is in Madison for the Wisconsin adidas Invitational.

Volleyball has a swing through the Commonwealth with matches at Virginia Friday at 7 and Virginia Tech Sunday at 1.

Women's Golf hosts the Tar Heel Invitational this weekend, and Men's Golf is just down the road for the Rod Myers Intercollegiate in Durham.

Baseball continues what has been a very competitive Fall World Series with games Friday at 6, Saturday at 11 and Sunday at 1.

Check out this custom Adam Greenberg figure on eBay.

This story got a lot of run this week: Our Jenn Dimeo asked for your Tar Heel tattoos, and you delivered.


Opening November 23, Hitchcock stars Anthony Hopkins as the director as he campaigns to get Psycho made. Looks good. Watch the trailer that came out this week.

Sufjan Stevens brings his Christmas spectacular to Saxapahaw on November 25. Tickets go on sale at 10 am Friday.

Ben Affleck's Argo opens today and looks excellent.

Please tell me you saw The Ohio State University Marching Band's tribute to video games.

Here's your song of the day: The Mountain Goats' 'Wild Sage.'

I'm off to South Florida for the second time in ten days. Have a great one.


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