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L.A. Rams pass rusher Robert Quinn buys a decked-out home in Agoura Hills

Robert Quinn, the Pro Bowl pass rusher for the Los Angeles Rams, has locked down a spot away from the field, buying a newly-built house in a gated Agoura Hills enclave for $4.25 million. The modern Mediterranean-style home is amped up with amenities. There’s a saltwater swimming pool and spa, a custom theater with soundproof walls and a 770-bottle wine vault. (Los Angeles Times)

Video: Larry Fedora discusses 'Naked and Afraid,' that beard and more with his daughter

North Carolina Tar Heels' football coach Larry Fedora talks about 'Naked and Afraid,' the truth behind that beard, and more. Who else better to get the Tar Heels coach to open up, than his daughter, Sydney? (FOX Sports)

Tar Heels prepare to meet high expectations

The last time the UNC football program had this much preseason hype, the Tar Heels found themselves in the crosshairs of the NCAA and playing for an interim coach in the season opener in the Georgia Dome. Six seasons later, the Tar Heels will begin their season in the Georgia Dome on Sept. 3, against Georgia this time, and the expectations will be even higher. (Greensboro News & Record)

Video: Elijah Hood Rushes To Greatness For UNC Football

UNC RB Elijah Hood has emerged as not only one of the great rushers in the ACC, but the nation as well. As part of the Havoline Football Saturdays series brought to you by Raycom Sports, find out how Hood's experience in high school and as a Boy Scout paved his way to success. View Video...

UNC's front seven ready to atone for last season's efforts

Last season, 12 different defensive lineman averaged at least .9 tackles per game for UNC. Nine of them return. While there were problems with consistent rotations and remaining healthy last year, this UNC D-line may provide Larry Fedora with the most experience and depth during his tenure. Which is weird when you consider there is only one senior on the D-line this season. (Tar Heel Blog)

The ACC’s Top 10 Heisman Candidates for 2016

Elijah Hood, RB, North Carolina: The Charlotte product lived up to the hype as a sophomore, rushing for 1,463 yards and 17 scores last fall. With quarterback Marquise Williams gone and four of his blockers returning, Hood may be asked to do even more this fall. (Athlon Sports)

Carolina Picked To Repeat As Coastal Champs

Clemson is the preseason favorite to repeat as Atlantic Coast Conference football champion, according to a poll of 191 media members in attendance at last week’s 2016 ACC Football Kickoff in Charlotte. North Carolina was selected the likely Coastal winner by 121 voters and finished with 1,238 total points, followed by Miami with 50 first-place votes and 1,108 points. (GoHeels.com)

Elijah Hood picked Third in ACC Football Player of the Year Poll

UNC junior running back Elijah Hood was picked to finish third in the ACC's 2016 Preseason Player of the Year Poll. A Charlotte native, Hood started all 14 games for the Tar Heels in 2015. He carried the ball 219 times for 1,463 yards, and 17 touchdowns. Hood averaged 6.7 yards per carry on the way to All-ACC honors. (Carolina Blue)

Three records Ryan Switzer could break this season

Ryan Switzer is already a tremendously accomplished athlete. He is a two-time All-America return man and has broken multiple records, but he has a chance to make even more history this year. Here are three records Switzer could likely break in his senior season. (Carolina Blue)

Explosive talent will define ACC in 2016

I asked Ryan Switzer the question very carefully -- certainly not wanting to denigrate the accomplishments of Marquise Williams, whom I consider to be one of the great two-way quarterbacks in ACC history. But the question had to be asked: “Ryan, is there a difference between a Marquise Williams ball and a Mitch Trubisky ball?” (WRAL Sports Fan)

Short Passing Game Could Make UNC Offense Better

For the many things that Marquise Williams did well as North Carolina’s starting quarterback, he never found consistency in one area. Williams struggled in the short passing game....This year’s starter, junior Mitch Trubsky, excels with the short ball. In fact, it’s a strength. (Tar Heel Illustrated)

Larry Fedora Excited About North Carolina-Georgia Opener

North Carolina head coach Larry Fedora turned the Tar Heels program around last season, taking his team to the 2015 ACC Championship game and a 11-3 record. The 2016 season will not start easily, as the Heels will travel to Atlanta for a neutral site game against SEC contender Georgia in the Chick-fil-A Kickoff Game. (Campus Insiders)

What we learned about UNC football from ACC Kickoff

ACC Kickoff is over and we can now set our sights on fall camp as we step closer to the September 3rd showdown with Georgia in Atlanta. Media Days do their part to create headlines and offer some insight on what to expect heading into the season. Here’s what we learned about Carolina football from ACC Kickoff. (Tar Heel Blog)

Ryan Switzer not phased by critics

UNC ended a historic 2015 season on a bit of a down note, but 2016 is a new year. And with a new year comes new critics. The SEC Network predicted UNC would lose its first game to Georgia by a score of 40-13. College Football News picked UNC to lose to both Miami and Duke in conference play, but none of this worries senior wide receiver and return specialist Ryan Switzer. (Carolina Blue)

What UNC must do to beat Georgia

The University of North Carolina will face off against the Georgia Bulldogs on a “neutral” field in Atlanta, Georgia in just 42 short days. Between now and then there will be much speculation as to what the main keys and focus to the game are. We decided to start that conversation off with three keys for the Tar Heels to come out victorious. (Tar Heel Blog)

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Schedule at a Glance
Last Game:
North Carolina: 34
Pittsburgh: 31
Thu, Nov 9 Box Score

Upcoming Games:
UNC vs. Western Carolina
Sat, Nov 18 3:00 ET ACCNE

UNC @ NC State
Sat, Nov 25 3:30 ET ESPN2 Tickets

Full Football Schedule

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ACC Football Scoreboard
Virginia7
at #2 Miami0
4:58 IN 1ST

Delaware State6
at Florida State14
4:04 IN 1ST

The Citadel0
at #3 Clemson0
9:30 IN 1ST

Pittsburgh0
at Virginia Tech7
10:32 IN 1ST

Western Carolina0
at North Carolina0
Saturday 3:00 PM

Syracuse0
at Louisville0
Saturday 3:30 PM

Georgia Tech0
at Duke0
Saturday 3:30 PM

Boston College0
at Connecticut0
Saturday 7:00 PM

#22 NC State0
at Wake Forest0
Saturday 7:30 PM

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ACC Football Standings
Coastal DivisionACCOverall
(2) Miami6-09-0
Georgia Tech4-35-4
Virginia Tech3-37-3
Virginia3-36-4
Pittsburgh2-44-6
Duke1-54-6
North Carolina1-62-8

Atlantic DivisionACCOverall
(4) Clemson7-19-1
(25) NC State5-17-3
Wake Forest3-36-4
Louisville3-46-4
Boston College3-45-5
Florida State3-53-6
Syracuse2-44-6


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