Topics: Football Preview 2015
I read the articles in The Daily Tar Heel and find them a little off in terms of our loss to South Carolina.
The first time Quinzettia Posey noticed her son had taken an interest in football, he was just 3 years old.
The road to success has been an uphill climb for the North Carolina offensive line.
With two new defensive coaches in charge, the “rude boys” were in for a rude awakening.
The North Carolina defensive backs, who have maintained the self-appointed moniker since the late 1990s, prided themselves on physical play and dominant defensive coverage.
A story? Not here. Not yet, at least. But come in, watch him. Maybe we’re all just a little early.
They call themselves Freaks — and the North Carolina receiving corps takes pride in the name.
They call themselves “the hybrids.”
A cross between tight end and wide receiver. A group that can bring some flexibility to the North Carolina football team’s offense.
According to Coach Larry Fedora, junior Nick Weiler is guaranteed to handle kicking duties this season.
Kick-off duty, to be more specific. But that’s where the promises end for the specialists.
She knew the time would come.
For two years, Jonna Chizik, the wife of new North Carolina defensive coordinator Gene Chizik, cherished every second with her husband and three children, knowing the day would eventually arrive.
As a winter storm rocked parts of northeast Texas, Landon Turner had just one thought on his mind: getting to Chapel Hill.