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UNC Football Family Embraces Fight Against Pitt Hopkins Syndrome

They stand on the UNC sideline, hand in hand, preparing to take the Kenan Stadium field before Saturday's Notre Dame game. For David Bomar, a Tar Heel safety from 1996-2000, the setting is familiar. His wife, Brooke, the middle daughter of former tailback Don McCauley, also knows it well. But this moment isn't for them. This is for their 5-year-old daughter Logan.

Football Letterman's Roundtable

David Bomar "Night games in Chapel Hill just have a different atmosphere. I wish we could play all of our games at night, after being at some of those in the past. It was great to see our guys come out with some passion and lay it on the line. That’s a game we should have won. I’ve been pretty tough these past couple of weeks on our defense and I think that they finally came out and sold out."

Football Letterman's Roundtable

David Bomar: "You’ve got to be ready to play. I think the coaching staff has a lot of control over the focus, but I think you’ve got to look at the individual players. You can’t play this game without being intense. If you’re not focused on what you’re doing, you’re going to get your backside handed to you. It’s definitely all about intensity and you can’t play well if you don’t have it."

Extra Points Archives: Six Inches Short

Life is good today for Errol Hood and David Bomar, the former recently coaching his two sons to the championship in their 5-6 year old flag football division, the latter welcoming son Jack McCauley Bomar into the world less than a week ago. But one decade ago they were just kids playing football, Hood aspiring to be the next Dre' Bly and Bomar happy to be sporting the same powder blue jersey his dad had worn three decades earlier.


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