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North Carolina vs Wake Forest: Date, Time, TV Channel, How to watch

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North Carolina vs Wake Forest: Date, Time, TV Channel, How to watch

It's the home stretch of the ACC women's basketball conference schedule this season. Two local rivals face off Sunday afternoon as they gear up for the postseason.

North Carolina and Wake Forest have struggled in recent weeks. The Tar Heels enter Sunday's game riding a four-game losing streak, while the Demon Deacons have lost six of their last seven and eight of 10.

With the conference regular season schedule winding down, the two programs are preparing to try to make conference tournament runs to put themselves in position to make the NCAA Tournament.

Even in down years for both, the two schools will be up for this game. Any matchup between local rivals in North Carolina is bound to be a meaningful game for all involved.

This is the only head-to-head matchup for these two teams this season. Here's how to watch.

North Carolina vs Wake Forest: How to Watch

Who: North Carolina Tar Heels (16-10, 7-8 ACC) vs. Wake Forest Demon Deacons (13-14, 6-10 ACC)
What: ACC women's basketball on NBC Sports Washington
When: Sunday, February 23, 12 p.m. ET. 
Where: Lawrence Joel Veterans Memorial Coliseum, Winston-Salem, NC
TV Channel: You can watch North Carolina at Wake Forest on NBC Sports Washington Plus (Channel Finder).

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Former Maryland DL Mojo Rawley tells Mike Locksley how the Gronkowski brothers got him into WWE

Former Maryland DL Mojo Rawley tells Mike Locksley how the Gronkowski brothers got him into WWE

With Wrestlemania 36 underway this weekend, Maryland football coach Mike Locksley sat down on Instagram Live with former Terps defensive lineman and current WWE superstar Mojo Rawley to talk about his new career path. 

Rawley's real name is Dean Muhtadi, and he played for the Terps in for two years as a Division III transfer. He finished third on team in sacks that season and despite going undrafted in 2009, found his way to an NFL camp with the Packers. 

Muhtadi spent 2009 with Green Bay and 2010 with the Cardinals before suffering an injury that landed him on injured reserve. It was then where Muhtadi found a new career path thanks to two of his best friends. 

"Dan Gronkowski and Chris Gronkowski played with me at Maryland, two of my closest friends," Rawley said on "Late Night With Locks". "Their dad was one of our coach's roommates in the WWE, so it seemed like a natural fit. We were watching together, and I kinda made a comment like, 'this would be awesome if I could be one of [the wrestlers]. Mr. Gronk made the call and the rest was history."

Rawley has been a WWE superstar and currently stands as Rob Gronkowski's hype man. The former Patriots tight end is WWE's most recent signee and is Wrestlemania 36's host.

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VCU forward Marcus Santos-Silva declares for 2020 NBA Draft

VCU forward Marcus Santos-Silva declares for 2020 NBA Draft

In this time of mass quarantining, live sports have come to a standstill across the country, but that hasn’t stopped college basketball’s offseason from churning along.

Players across the nation are deciding where they want to play next season, and the latest impactful player to take a step toward next year is VCU’s Marcus Santos-Silva.

The junior forward announced on his Instagram his intentions to enter the 2020 NBA Draft.

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It’s not yet clear how limited the NBA’s draft preparation will be as a result of COVID-19, but Santos-Silva does mention in his announcement that he will be maintaining his college eligibility in case he decides to return for his senior season.

Santos-Silva came off the bench his freshman season, but has started all 64 games in the last two years for VCU. As a junior, he averaged 12.8 points and 8.9 rebounds per game in 27.2 minutes.

He does all of his damage close to the rim, as he has yet to attempt a three-point shot in his college career.

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