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UNC student arrested after hundreds protest at UNC-Chapel Hill Silent Sam monument

A student was arrested along with other protesters when about 800 people gathered at McCorkle Place on Tuesday night to demand the removal of the Silent Sam Confederate statue from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill campus. The statue was surrounded by two sets of barricades earlier Tuesday morning in an effort to prevent protesters getting close to it. (WRAL.com)

An update on former Diamond Heels taking minor league stage

From the rookie leagues, all the way up to Triple-A, there are numerous former UNC baseball players competing across the various levels of Minor League Baseball. Here’s a look at how some Diamond Heels of the past are faring in the minors this season. Zac Gallen is rated the 13th best prospect in the Cardinals organization, and his performance this season shows why. (Daily Tar Heel)

Sounds like Mitch Trubisky will get his shot with Bears' first-string

Chicago Bears coach John Fox either has to break his GM’s silly promise to Mike Glennon by playing Mitch Trubisky with the first-string or he has to risk losing the locker room by continuing to start the inept and uninspiring Glennon because the players always know who deserves it and who doesn’t. Trubisky has completed 72.7 percent of his passes this exhibition season. (Chicago Tribune)

Cowboys' Ryan Switzer Returns to Practice

Dallas Cowboys receiver Ryan Switzer was a limited participant in Monday's practice. Switzer has missed all three of the Cowboys' preseason games after suffering a hamstring injury in late July. The rookie fourth-round pick was expected to challenge for the punt return job, but may have a lot of ground to make up in the competition due to all the time he's missed. (CBS Sports)

Larry Fedora Live: Youth & Inexperience

UNC lost 98.7 percent of its total offense production from last season, and 87.3 percent when factoring in wide receiver statistical totals, which is the lowest amount for any Power 5 program in the nation. With almost a full room of young players standing to their feet, Larry Fedora realized that he had a challenge before him this season that he’s never encountered (Inside Carolina)

Joanna Boyles Named ACC Women's Soccer Player of the Week

North Carolina senior midfielder Joanna Boyles earns the first Atlantic Coast Conference Women's Soccer Offensive Player of the Week honor of the season. Boyles tallied a goal and an assist as No. 6 UNC rallied for 2-1 overtime win against #12 Duke last Friday night in the season opener for both teams at WakeMed Soccer Park in Cary, North Carolina. (GoHeels.com)

Video: 5 Good Minutes With Cameron Johnson

Cameron Johnson transferred to North Carolina from the University of Pittsburgh this past offseason and looks to step into the role left open by departed wing Justin Jackson. Get to know Johnson as he sits down with GoHeels.com's Adam Lucas to discuss life as a Tar Heel. Read More...

Kendall Marshall named to Team USA Americup roster

After a week at Team USA training camp, Kendall Marshall has made the Americup final roster. There were 17 players invited to the camp last week, and the roster has been finalized with 12 spots. That includes former UNC standout Marshall, who continues to pursue a career in basketball. Marshall will be playing alongside former UNC teammate, Larry Drew II. (Keeping It Heel)

UNC DC John Papuchis Keying on Four Defensive Stats

First-year UNC defensive coordinator John Papuchis doesn’t care much for traditional statistical categories that are mainstays in the media yet no longer apply to the current game. “I am a stat-heavy guy in terms of what really matters,” Papuchis said. “There are a lot of stats that when you really look at them, they’re not really relevant to playing good defense.” (Inside Carolina)

Old Well ‘Worth the sip’ on UNC's first day of classes

For the past three years, Corbin Phifer has made a habit of stopping by the Old Well on the first day of classes in hopes that the legend of the first sip comes true and she receives a 4.0 grade point average for the semester. It hasn’t worked yet, but she decided the start of her senior year was not the time to stop trying. “We’re hoping it will work this year,” Phifer said Tuesday. (UNC.edu)

UNC's Young Offensive Tackles Readying for Big Roles

Stepping into North Carolina's first team offensive tackle spots are a pair of redshirt sophomores. William Sweet and Charlie Heck (Jon's younger brother) are both listed at 6-7 and 300-pounds. At Monday's practice Sweet was at right tackle and Heck was at left. Both should see a wealth of playing time this season, regardless of Bentley Spain's availability. (Inside Carolina)

UNC Tops ACC Preseason Field Hockey Poll, Hoffman, van't Hoog Named All-ACC

North Carolina received 31 points and is the preseason favorite to claim the 2017 Atlantic Coast Conference Field Hockey Championship, according to a vote of the league's seven head coaches. Duke and Syracuse were picked second with 27 points apiece, ahead of Louisville (22), Virginia (21), Wake Forest (12), and Boston College (7). (GoHeels.com)

Five Questions With UNC Tight Ends Coach Chad Scott

Now that you have a season under your belt back at UNC, what's it been like for you as a former player to coach the guys wearing the same Tar Heel uniform that you wore? Chad Scott: "It's a dream come true. I loved my time here as a player. I was blessed to begin my coaching career here at UNC as a grad assistant. Now, ten years later, I never imagined this opportunity happening." (GoHeels.com)

UNC Football early opponent preview: Louisville Cardinals

The last time these two teams played was 2012 with Louisville still a member of Conference USA. Larry Fedora was in his first season still trying to instill his new offense and Charlie Strong hadn’t left for Texas yet. Louisville got the win at home that day 39-34. Despite outscoring Louisville 20-3 in the fourth, UNC fell short. But will it be any different in Chapel Hill this year? (Keeping It Heel)

Run-stuffer Sylvester Williams closer to home with Titans

Sylvester Williams won a Super Bowl championship ring two years ago playing nose tackle for the Denver Broncos, but he hasn't shown it to anyone at his new job. "No, I don't bring it here," said Williams, who signed a free-agent deal with the Tennessee Titans during the offseason. "I'm trying to get another one. I'm trying to build something special here." (St. Louis Post-Dispatch)

Bears kicker Connor Barth has clear advantage over Roberto Aguayo

The Chicago Bears’ highly anticipated place kicker competition really hasn’t been much of a competition -- at least not yet. Incumbent kicker Connor Barth has been close to perfect since the Bears claimed former Tampa Bay Buccaneers second-round pick Roberto Aguayo off waivers on Aug. 13. “[Barth’s been] pretty good,” Bears coach John Fox said. (ESPN.com)

An early look at UNC basketball's 2017 incoming freshmen

The UNC basketball team's 2017 recruiting class ranks 19th in 247Sports' team composite rankings and 17th in ESPN's. But the depth of this five-player class may be its defining characteristic. The newcomers are led by four-star guard Jalek Felton, the nephew of former Tar Heel Raymond Felton. Felton is the Tar Heels’ highest ranked national recruit at No. 30 overall. (Daily Tar Heel)

UNC Players Take In the Solar Eclipse

It was one of the larger astronomical events in recent memory. The 2017 solar eclipse took place on Monday afternoon right at 2:42 p.m. ET. A solar eclipse occurs when the moon passes between the sun and earth and fully or partially blocks the sun. Hundreds of students sat on UNC's quad to observe the event on Monday afternoon. (Inside Carolina)

Mitch Trubisky beaten up but not beaten down in second exhibition

Mitch Trubisky took his jersey and laid it over a chair inside the Bears’ locker room Saturday. A grass stain was smeared across the back, symbolic of a performance that wasn’t as clean as his captivating debut. The first-round rookie quarterback was sacked twice and completed 6 of 8 passes for 60 yards and a touchdown in the Bears’ 24-23 exhibition win over the Cardinals. (Chicago Tribune)

Indians' Andrew Miller re-injures knee against Red Sox

Cleveland Indians reliever Andrew Miller aggravated his knee injury in his second appearance back from the disabled list Monday against Boston, Zack Meisel of The Athletic reports. Miller threw just two strikes in seven pitches Monday and was pulled in the middle of an at-bat. He has missed 17 days with the injury already this month. (CBS Sports)

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