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Odds are Mitch Trubisky will start for Bears sometime this season

The Bears have been resolute in saying Mike Glennon is their starting quarterback this season. And, $18.5 million in guaranteed money likely backs that up. But things did get murky on draft night when the Bears moved up to take Mitch Trubisky with the second pick. Still, Bears general manager Ryan Pace held his ground and said: “There is no quarterback controversy.” (Chicago Sun-Times)

UNC, NCAA Sparring Over Bylaw Interpretation

The NCAA acknowledged in procedural documents released publicly on Tuesday that determining the legitimacy of the University of North Carolina’s irregular AFAM courses is beyond its jurisdictional scope and that its allegations against the institution are focused on the arrangements that were afforded to student-athletes with regard to those courses. (Inside Carolina)

West Forsyth's DellaPeruta Commits to UNC Women's Soccer

When the West Forsyth girls soccer team took the field last spring, all Talia DellaPeruta could do was watch and cheer on her friends. But it certainly wasn’t because she couldn’t hang with the action on the field. DellaPeruta, a rising sophomore at West, is one of the best soccer players in her age group in the country, and on Sunday she announced her commitment to play at UNC. (Forsyth County News)

UNC hearing before NCAA infractions board set for August 16

UNC will get a hearing next month in front of the NCAA's Committee on Infractions in the on-going investigation into no-show classes. In correspondence made public Tuesday, the NCAA set Aug. 16 as the date for that hearing. The NCAA gave UNC an amended, third notice of allegations in December, detailing five Level 1 infractions, including lack of institutional control. (WRAL Sports Fan)

Tar Heel Women’s Soccer To Host Five Games At WakeMed Soccer Park

UNC will host five games this fall at WakeMed Soccer Park in Cary, N.C., while the new Fetzer Field is being built on the UNC campus. The Tar Heels will host five ACC opponents at WakeMed which is located at 201 Soccer Park Drive in Cary. The Tar Heels play Duke in the season opener in a designated non-conference game and then play four ACC games later in the year. (GoHeels.com)

Five Questions With UNC DB Coach Terry Joseph

When the time came to decide, what factors led you to saying yes to Coach Fedora and come to coach at UNC? Terry Joseph: "A big factor was knowing Coach Fedora when he was at Southern Miss and I was at Louisiana Tech. Then I followed what he's done at UNC and I've just always liked what he does with his programs. I think he can win championships here." (GoHeels.com)

Ryan Switzer Enters The Spotlight After Lucky Whitehead's Dismissal

It’s an obvious storyline, which explains why Ryan Switzer was swarmed by reporters after practice on Monday. Switzer was drafted out of UNC No. 133 overall in April with the idea that he could contribute on offense and handle the Dallas Cowboys’ punt returner role. His primary competition for playing time, Lucky Whitehead, was released Monday afternoon. (Dallas Cowboys)

Eagles' Mack Hollins heeds advice from Carson Wentz before training camp

Carson Wentz's suggestion to Mack Hollins last month was simple: Take some time off. "He talked about how long the year is, especially for rookies, because you get no break," Hollins said Monday after the Eagles' first training camp practice. "He was like, 'Mack, you need to take a break. Don't do anything for a week.' He was like, 'No football..' And I listened to him." (Penn Live)

Harrison Barnes looks forward to development of Mavs’ ‘promising’ core in 2017-18

Harrison Barnes has stayed out of the public eye this summer, which for him has been a pleasant departure from his regular-season routine, when he talked with the media after every game. Win or lose, good game or bad, Barnes always did his duty, even on nights when it would take him an hour to finish. So the silent summer has been a welcome one for Barnes. (Dallas Mavericks)

T.J. Thorpe a bright spot for Winnipeg Blue Bombers

He was a bright spot for the Winnipeg Blue Bombers, even if he was overshadowed by one of his teammates. T.J. Thorpe caught eight passes for 65 yards in Friday’s loss to the B.C. Lions. Not many would have predicted Thorpe would have a big night. After all, it was his first CFL game after returning from injury. Thorpe had impressed the coaching staff in training camp. (Winnipeg Free Press)

Arizona Cardinals release center Lucas Crowley

The Arizona Cardinals signed linebacker Tevin Floyd, releasing center Lucas Crowley to make room. Floyd, a rookie free agent, started all 12 games last season at The Citadel, earning first-team All-Southern Conference. He finished his college career with 295 tackles, the third most in school history Floyd participated in the Cardinals’ rookie minicamp in May. (NBC Sports)

First look at summer basketball practices for the Tar Heels

The UNC basketball program has hosted conditioning sessions for the 2017-18 team. They are allowed four practices during the Summer before training camp. On Monday, they shared a clip of one of the practices they are allowed during the Summer. The video gives fans their first look at the 2017 freshmen and Pitt graduate transfer Cam Johnson. (Keeping It Heel)

UNC-Duke basketball rivalry set aside to help raise money for Teen Cancer America

Though Nolan Smith was the headliner for Saturday's event, Duke wasn't the only Triangle program represented. Former UNC players Brice Johnson, Nate Britt and Phil Ford were on hand, too. "Nolan is one of my good friends," said Johnson, now with the Los Angeles Clippers. "I'm always down to do something for cancer research and giving money back because I lost my mom to cancer." (NCAA.com)

Larry Fedora's Offense Built to Adjust

Larry Fedora's offensive system is not one of complexity, but rather of simplicity. Attack where the defense allows. “I’ve never been just stubborn in that there’s only one way to do it,” Fedora said during an interview with Inside Carolina. “I do believe that you need to be balanced, and I don’t care how it happens. It’s always been about taking advantage of what the defense gives you." (Inside Carolina)

The top 25 college basketball players with something to prove this season

Luke Maye, North Carolina: The man responsible for hitting the winning shot vs. Kentucky in the Elite Eight, the bucket that catapulted UNC closer to clinching a championship, will have a much bigger role in 2017-18. Maye is an interesting player because he's broad-shouldered, has a square shot, can bang down low and is still scratching the surface of his potential. (CBS Sports)

Larry Fedora on The Ryen Russillo Show

College football coaches are visiting ESPN headquarters this week and Monday was UNC head man Larry Fedora's turn. Fedora sat down on The Ryen Russillo Show for a few minutes. On spending time with Michael Jordan and introducing Jordan Brand to UNC football: Standing next to the man, I was awestruck. And I am every single time I am around him." (Inside Carolina)

Roy Williams Looks Ahead to 2017-18 Basketball Season

Heading into the 2017-18 UNC basketball season it's safe to say that the Tar Heels lost some key components from the last year's championship run. Gone is Justin Jackson. Gone are Kennedy Meeks and Isaiah Hicks, both of the starting big men from the title-winning team. And gone is Tony Bradley. While there are definite holes on the roster, there are also bright spots. (Inside Carolina)

UNC Basketball Releases 2017-18 Roster

UNC and head coach Roy Williams released the 2017-18 Tar Heel men's basketball roster on Monday. The defending NCAA champions return eight lettermen from the team that beat Gonzaga for the national title in April. Those returnees include three players with significant starting experience in senior Theo Pinson, senior Joel Berry II and junior Kenny Williams. (GoHeels.com)

North Carolina in need of special teams stars for 2017

This August, the Tar Heels will have players competing for starting jobs in numerous spots, including quarterback and running back. What’s easy to overlook as players vie for playing time on both sides of the ball is the fact that this year’s team will be tasked with replacing key special-teamers. Here’s where North Carolina stands in those areas: (FanRag Sports)

How UNC receiver Austin Proehl is emulating his NFL dad, Ricky, on and off the field

Austin Proehl learned two things early on from his father: how to catch and how to serve. The first part came naturally for the former Providence High standout, who turned an all-conference career into a scholarship at UNC. In his three years as a Tar Heel, he’s shown flashes of his father, Ricky Proehl, who was a star receiver at Wake Forest before playing 17 NFL seasons. (Charlotte Observer)

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