Starting role sits at linebacker for Zach Brown
Linebacker Zach Brown was one signing that has the potential to start in the front seven in Rex Ryan’s defense. The Buffalo Bills lost two linebackers this offseason to free agency. They also released Tony Steward leaving Brown with a big role to fill at inside linebacker and high expectations for a second wave free agent signing. (Buffalo Bills
NFL player-turned-farmer Jason Brown challenges ACC's brightest to change world
As a senior at UNC, Jason Brown was among 32 athletes honored for academic excellence at the 14th ACC Postgraduate Scholarship awards luncheon. That was 2005. Brown returned for the 25th annual event last Wednesday, this time as the keynote speaker. He was a football player then, bound for the NFL. He is a self-taught farmer now, bound for greater glory. (Greensboro News & Record
UNC's early enrollees impress Fedora
The buzz around spring football practice always surrounds the new guys. Sure there is competition at a few positions, but with a veteran team returning many of the spots are decided no matter how much Coach Larry Fedora insists there is a battle going on. (Carolina Blue
Fedora Talks Heels In Spring Teleconference
UNC football coach Larry Fedora participated in the annual ACC football coaches spring teleconference Wednesday afternoon. Here is what the fifth-year Tar Heels coach had to say. (Tar Heel Illustrated
Larry Fedora discusses offensive line battles
Senior John Ferranto started at right guard in North Carolina's Spring Game on Saturday. The versatile offensive lineman has started both as a tackle and a guard during his UNC career. Based on CarolinaBlue's sources, Ferranto will be competing for the open right guard spot with Brad Henson and Will Dancy as the Tar Heels enter preseason camp. (Carolina Blue
Eric Ebron presents gift to military family from Operation Homefront
Detroit Lions tight end Eric Ebron got out of the conditioning room Tuesday to participate in a surprise presentation for a Michigan military family. Ebron had the honor of presenting a gift of free groceries for one year from Eckrich for Jeffrey and Kristine James. Eckrich partnered with Operation Homefront to thank, honor and support military families. (WXYZ.com
Larry Fedora: New Coaches Make ACC Coastal 'A Lot Stronger'
North Carolina had its run of the ACC Coastal Division last season, finishing 6-0 in division play and earning way to a spot in the conference championship game against Clemson. Head coach Larry Fedora says that trek will be more difficult this season. “I don't think there is any doubt about it,” Fedora said during Wednesday's ACC coaches teleconference. (Campus Insiders
UNC Football Preparing For Tough Season
When it comes to repeating as Coastal Division champions this season, Larry Fedora and the UNC football team will have their work cut out for them. On top of facing perennial ACC powerhouse Florida State at Tallahassee and traveling to Athens to take on Georgia, the Tar Heels will also have to deal with the rejuvenated Miami and Virginia Tech programs. (Chapelboro.com
UNC's Fedora can't be sure what he'll get from UGA offense
There are still four and half months for UNC football coach Larry Fedora to prepare for the 2016 season opener against Georgia, but there remain a lot of unknowns about the Bulldogs' offense. “I think one of the biggest factors is the unknown of the coaching staff,” Fedora said on Wednesday. The teams meet Sept. 3 in the Georgia Dome in Atlanta in the Chick-fil-A Kickoff Game. (Online Athens
Former UNC Football Players & Their Worthy Venture
VTO Sports is the industry leader in delivering football combines and football camp experiences that not only tests ones athletic ability, but provides valuable recruiting education. Their combines are known nationally....In order to have successful combines they must have a dedicated and skilled staff. Several of the VTO Sports coaching staff are former players from the University of North Carolina. (Tar Heel Illustrated
Video: Bad Lip Reading - Tar Heel Coaches Edition
It's Bad Lip Reading, North Carolina coaches style! Originally shown at the 2016 Rammys on Monday, April 18 2016.
UNC's Freshmen Make Most of First Spring
Eight player skipped their final semesters in high school to enroll in January to jumpstart their collegiate careers, and more than a few made their presence felt on Saturday. Running back Jordon Brown led all rushers with 85 yards on 11 carries, while linebacker Jonathan Smith and defensive backs Myles Dorn and Myles Wolfolk were factors on defense. (Inside Carolina
Cayson Collins discusses linebackers, improvements on defense
Outside linebacker Cayson Collins has shown flashes of brilliant play over his two years at UNC. Collins has demonstrated a knack for being in the right place at the right time to deliver a big hit or force and recover a fumble. Mostly a reserve in the previous two seasons, the 6-1, 235-pound Charlotte native will be counted to be a big time player in 2016. (Carolina Blue
Chansky’s Notebook: No. 10’s No. 1!
C’mon, Coach, we know No. 10 is your starting quarterback. Dear Larry Fedora, I know all coaches like to keep the competition for positions open, but Mitch Trubisky is your starter at quarterback by a half mile. Heck, half the fans wanted him to start, or at least play more, last season. Marquise was great, but he had his moments when he needed to be on the sideline standing next to you. (Chapelboro.com
Video: UNC Athletics - Bring 'Em Out
Diving teammates Jack Nyquist and Ozzie Moyer wrote an "Even More Fire" version of Bring 'Em Out. Tar Heel Style featuring all of UNC's talented teams.