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Video: Larry Fedora - QB Talent & Defensive Depth Highlight 2016 Class

Tar Heel head coach Larry Fedora talks with the ACC Digital Network about UNC's National Signing Day. North Carolina will add talent at the quarterback position in Chazz Surratt and defensive depth to a Tar Heel team that won the ACC Coastal Division in 2015. (View Video...)

Video: Larry Fedora's Signing Day Press Conference

Besides the fact that their recruitments are over, Larry Fedora said the most exciting part about the 2016 class is that it filled UNC's position needs. "We really met our needs and that was the thing that was probably best about this class was the way it all came together," Fedora said. (Inside Carolina)

UNC Playing Career Guiding Chad Scott's Approach

Chad Scott's wife, Shambrica, has grown tired of hearing about the Miami game, and there’s little doubt his children will join their mother in that regard at some point. That defining moment, however, has stayed fresh in Scott’s mind as his consistent upward trajectory in the coaching ranks has landed him back at his alma mater. (Inside Carolina)

'15 Wins Setting Foundation for '17 Recruits

Former UNC head coach Butch Davis believed the recruiting process was an 18-month ordeal, starting in the summer prior to a prospect’s junior season in high school and concluding on Signing Day. On Wednesday, Larry Fedora told reporters his staff started recruiting certain players in his current 26-man class more than 24 months ago. (Inside Carolina)

Fedora: Recruits understand value of education

North Carolina head coach Larry Fedora signed 19 students to football National Letters of Intent Wednesday. Seven Tar Heels enrolled in January to bring the 2016 class to a total of 26. The class includes 16 players on defense and 10 on offense. Carolina's recruiting class is currently ranked No. 21 by Rivals.com and No. 23 by Scout.com. (WRAL Sports Fan)

UNC's Football Recruiting Class: Superlatives, Part 1

Toughest: Kyree Campbell The 6-5, 305-pound defensive tackle is a beast in the middle. He can take on blockers and get off contact to stop the run or pursue the ball carrier. With a non-stop motor, Campbell is relentless and powerful in the middle. (Carolina Blue)

Top 10 UNC Class of 2016 Signee Highlight Plays

After reviewing senior season footage of UNC's entire 2016 Recruiting Class, Don Callahan selects his Top 10 favorites plays. (Inside Carolina)

Extra Points: Building A Brand On Defense

Carolina football has put up pinball type numbers on offense over four years of the Larry Fedora era. Each of them, in fact, ranks in the Top 10 of 125 years worth of total yards output in the sport’s history in Chapel Hill. Since 2012, Carolina has averaged 457 yards a game. Now the defense is trying to catch up. (GoHeels.com)

Video: Dre Bly homecoming at high school alma mater

The NFL is celebrating its upcoming 50th Super Bowl in many ways, including giving former championship players a chance to share their accomplishments with their high schools. That was the case at Western Branch High School on Wednesday night. Dre Bly did it all at Western Branch. (WAVY)

UNC Football 2016 Live Signing Day Updates

National Signing Day live updates for UNC's 2016 football recruiting class as undecided recruits make their final decisions, Letters of Intent roll in, and the newest crop of Tar Heels takes shape. (Read More...)

Video: Larry Fedora Signing Day Afternoon Interview - 2016

Lee Pace sits down with North Carolina head coach Larry Fedora to discuss the Tar Heels' 2016 Signing Day class. (View Video...)

UNC OL Coach Chris Kapilovic Promoted to Offensive Coordinator

UNC announced on Wednesday that offensive line coach Chris Kapilovic has been promoted to offensive coordinator. Kapilovic served as UNC’s associate head coach and co-offensive coordinator in addition to his offensive line coaching duties in 2015. UNC also announced that quarterbacks coach Keith Heckendorf has been promoted to passing game coordinator. (Inside Carolina)

Tre Boston, Sly Williams Carry Tar Heel Banner Into Super Bowl

Tar Heel football will be well-represented in Super Bowl 50 Sunday in Santa Clara when defensive tackle Sylvester Williams (Carolina Letterman 2011-12) of the Denver Broncos makes his second Super Bowl appearance and safety Tre Boston (2010-13) makes his first with the Carolina Panthers. “It’s still a little surreal for a lot of us,” says Boston. (UNC Lettermen)

Sylvester Williams is anchoring Denver’s Super Bowl defense

The play of Williams this season has made everyone in Denver look smart. He set career highs in both sacks (3.0) and tackles (25), but most importantly he has been a force on the line that has been able to dominate the line of scrimmage. His quickness off the ball has allowed the Denver defense to play on the offensive side of the football and it has been a catalyst for their success this season. (Today's Pigskin)

Sylvester Williams went from working at Taco Bell to playing in Super Bowl

A part of Sylvester Williams will always remain in Jefferson City, Mo. In fact, Williams admits he would still be there himself working in a radiator factory if not motivated to craft a different fate. Of all the players who have taken improbable routes to Super Bowl 50, none may be stranger than the road traveled by Denver's nose tackle. (FOX Sports)

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