Menu

The Good, Bad, & Ugly Report: Boston College

Sunday, October 27, 2013

UNC's quarterback rotation continued as the offense mostly passed its way to five touchdowns, but the defense was key on the day, especially in limiting Eagle QB Chase Rettig to 56 yards passing on the day. The Heels won the battle of field position, not allowing BC to run an offensive play inside the UNC 35 yard line until the last four plays of the game. (Tar Heel Blog)

Related:

Recent Football Articles:

North Carolina looks to shake underachiever label

Larry Fedora wants to put more of the workload on North Carolina's running backs

Countdown UNC’s 10 Best Players: #9 Nazair Jones

UNC Football Player Countdown: #10 Des Lawrence

Mack Hollins' Survival Guide

Most fearsome offensive players UNC will face in 2015: No. 6-10

ACC full of quarterbacks to chase

Q&A with Larry Fedora, Part II

Football Menu
Football News Schedule Roster Depth Chart Recruiting Rankings & Standings Tar Heels in the NFL 1,000-Yard Rushers Bowl Game History NFL Draftees Super Bowl Champions First Forward Pass