Found April 12, 2014 on Fox Sports Carolinas:
CHAPEL HILL, N.C. -- North Carolina's Blue Team ran past the White Team 38-17 in the annual spring game, and all analysis past this point should be prefaced with the caveat that this is only a scrimmage and ultimately doesn't mean much in the grand scheme. It also serves to highlight not only some of the reasons there is a lot of optimism surrounding the Tar Heels moving into next season but also some potential flaws. One of the biggest takeaways from spring practices is which players can get the "lead", if there is a lead to be had, in various position battles. There's certainly one everyone will be keeping an eye on. 1. The quarterback "battle" between redshirt freshman Mitch Trubisky and rising junior Marquise Williams might not be much of a battle after all. The first touchdown pass didn't come from either Trubisky or Williams but instead from Kanler Coker (the likely third-stringer) late in the third quarter. However, Trubisky still looked li...

North Carolina Football: A bit of satisfaction…

For the most part I have never taken the homer attitude when writing a post about the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. This is going to be one of those rare exceptions to the rule. Many have been calling the academic standards at UNC very bad, many local newspapers have taken the war path attacking UNC basketball and football in anyway they can when it comes to academics...

UNC Football: ACC home games in 2014

The North Carolina Tar Heels football team will play six games on the road while also playing six games at home in Kenan Memorial Stadium. It’s hard to say exactly how good the Tar Heels football team will be this upcoming season but that doesn’t stop us from taking a further look into  conference play for the 2014 season. Let’s take a closer look into the ACC home games the...

A Sweet Commitment

While visiting North Carolina for the Tar Heels’ Spring Game on Saturday, William Sweet verbally committed to UNC.

Spring Game: Signee Photos

CHAPEL HILL, N.C. --- Numerous signees were on hand for North Carolina's spring game on Saturday. Check out photos of some photos of the future Tar Heels ...
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