North Carolina Football: Senior Day this Saturday

The junior tight end will forego his senior season to head to the next level First off, Happy Thanksgiving to all of you, even if it could feel more like an early Christmas, as UNC basketball knocked off #3 Louisville last Sunday, while North Carolina football defeated Old Dominion 80 to 20 to get to a 6 and 5 record and become bowl eligible. Now, with one game left, the Tar Heels...
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November 27, 2013  |  Discuss

UNC Football: Stay classy fanbase

In the many years, or should I say decades, that I been a sports fan I have always enjoyed a good discussion, whether or not I agree with it. Before I go on with this post, let me repeat that… a good discussion, not a bashing, not a one way attack, a discussion. And secondly, this time this post is more as a fan than a blogger. With that said… Things such as… Should the coaching...
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October 07, 2013  |  Discuss

UNC Football: The Recap… East Carolina

Maybe the only good thing today in Kenan stadium was the weather! As I do most every game that I do a recap of, I watched twice the game before talking about it. The one between North Carolina (1-3) and East Carolina (3-1) has almost left me speechless. Not so much the score, with the guest winning 55 to 31. The first win by the Pirates in almost forty years by ECU in Kenan Stadium...
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September 29, 2013  |  Discuss

UNC Football: Too many backs?

With so much talent, will there be enough snaps to go around From the end of the season last year, until the announcement yesterday, I was hoping and believing that A.J. Blue, the fifth year senior who changed positions from QB to RB while in Chapel Hill, would be the one starting for head coach Larry Fedora at the running back spot. That role is now taken by sophomore Romar Morris...
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August 21, 2013  |  Discuss

North Carolina Will Be Without Star Running Back Gio Bernard On Saturday

Andrew Carter, the North Carolina beat writer for the News Observer has confirmed that Tar-Heels will be without star running back Gio Bernard on Saturday afternoon as they take on the 19th ranked Louisville Cardinals on Saturday. Bernard went down midway through the second quarter in Carolina’s season opener against Elon and hasn’t been on the field since. Junior running back A...
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September 14, 2012  |  Discuss

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