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Shakeel Rashad Leads UNC Defensive Effort
In a linebacking corps that has seen frequent changes this season, the evolution of Shakeel Rashad remains one of the most consistent features of Larry Fedora’s defense. “No one even considers it being like a new position for him because he’s so comfortable and he’s making plays all the time,” Fedora said after North Carolina’s 41-14 win over Delaware. (Inside Carolina
Video: UNC Defensive Players Post Delaware Interviews
North Carolina's Dajaun Drennon, Shakeel Rashad, and Nazair Jones answer questions from the media following the Tar Heels' 41-14 win over Delaware on September 26th, 2015.
UNC Quarterback Mitch Trubisky Delivers
Mitch Trubisky took the reigns of UNC’s offense from Marquise Williams in the second quarter of a 41-14 victory over Delaware on Saturday. He then delivered a record-setting performance, possibly igniting a quarterback controversy along the way. Trubisky completed 17 of 20 passes for 312 yards and four touchdowns, setting a new school record with a 282 quarterback efficiency rating. (Inside Carolina
Does UNC have a quarterback controversy? Tar Heel head coach Larry Fedora denied this notion. "As of right now. There are no changes," he said when asked if Marquise Williams was still the No. 1 guy. Fedora has always said he feels great about both quarterbacks. With Georgia Tech and conference play around the corner, which quarterback gives UNC the best chance to win? (Carolina Blue
Turner's Take: Rolling
Mitch Trubisky’s final numbers (17-20 passing for 312 yards and four scores) gave him a pass efficiency rating of 282 to set a single-game school record (the previous high had been 263.48 by Jason Stanicek vs. Maryland in 1993). It also started a conversation about who might step behind center to begin next weekend’s game at Georgia Tech. (GoHeels.com
Video: UNC Offensive Players Post Delaware Interviews
North Carolina's Mitch Trubisky and Ryan Switzer answer questions following the Tar Heels' 41-14 win over Delaware on September 26th, 2015.
Blue Hens are no match for Tar Heels
Thomas Jefferson zipped 72 yards for a touchdown on Delaware’s second play Saturday afternoon. It was a just-maybe indication the Blue Hens weren’t going to be completely dominated in their visit to FBS North Carolina. Visions of an upset could dance in Delaware heads well into the second half, before back-up Tar Heels quarterback Mitch Trubisky intervened. (Delaware News Journal
Video: Larry Fedora Post-Delaware Press Conference
North Carolina head coach Larry Fedora fields questions from the media following the Tar Heels' 41-14 win over Delaware in Chapel Hill on September 26th, 2015.
Video: UNC-Delaware Game Highlights
The North Carolina football team finishes non-conference play 3-1 after defeating Delaware 41-14 on September 26th, 2015 in Chapel Hill.
Video: Mitch Trubisky Throws 4 TDs vs. Delaware
UNC QB Mitch Trubisky (17/20, 312 yds) throws four touchdowns to fuel the Tar Heel offense in the 41-14 win over Delaware on September 26th, 2015.
Change at quarterback sparks North Carolina to win over Delaware
North Carolina is 3-1 for the first time in four years, but the season could be at a crossroads this coming week. Starting quarterback Marquise Williams was on the sideline in the second half and the Tar Heels turned to backup Mitch Trubisky. UNC coach Larry Fedora now might have a quarterback controversy on his hands. (ESPN.com
North Carolina rolls over Delaware, 41-14
Mitch Trubisky came off the bench and threw four second-half touchdown passes to help North Carolina beat Delaware 41-14 on Saturday. Trubisky completed 17 of 20 passes for 312 yards, all career-high marks. He also added 39 rushing yards on six attempts. Mack Hollins caught touchdown passes of 33 and 64 yards for the Tar Heels (3-1). (Associated Press
Lucas: Rapid Reactions - Delaware
Something unexpected that happened in Saturday’s game: the Tar Heels are going to have some quarterback discussion this week. Mitch Trubisky was very solid in the second half, directing the Carolina offense on four scoring drives (three touchdowns) and throwing for 312 yards and four touchdowns on 17-for-20 passing. (GoHeels.com
Video: Ryan Switzer's Long Touchdown vs. Delaware
WR Ryan Switzer takes the pass from Mitch Trubisky, breaks a couple tackles and makes some defenders miss on his way to the endzone in the Carolina win over Delaware on September 26th, 2015.
Box Score: North Carolina 41, Delaware 14
View the complete box score from North Carolina's 41-14 win over Delaware on a rainy Saturday in Chapel Hill: (View Box Score