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WR Bug Howard looks to shed basketball stereotype
At 6-foot-5 with a wide wingspan and hands almost the size of a football, people easily envision Bug Howard on the hardwood as opposed to...

2015 Football Preview: Pass Catchers
North Carolina returns its top four wideouts from last year (even though one of them, Bug Howard will probably play tight end this year). Carolina...

UNC in good hands with ‘The Freaks’
UNC coach Larry Fedora will unleash The Freaks - that's what the Tar Heels wide receivers call themselves - for the first time this year...

'Silent' Switzer letting his game speak
Protein bars and energy drinks weren’t cutting it for North Carolina’s Ryan Switzer. So the versatile athlete started taking another supplement. “Eating his humble pie,...

Video: UNC Football Position Breakdowns 2015 - Wide Receivers
Wide Receivers coach Gunter Brewer introduces us to the 'Freaks' of the 2015 Carolina Football team, led by veterans Quinshad Davis, Bug Howard, Mack Hollins,...

Bug Howard Wednesday Practice Quotes
How is it for you being in such an experienced unit? Bug Howard: "It’s a great opportunity for me to get in-between those guys...

ICTV: Tar Heels Go Deep at Wide Receiver
There is no shortage of talented wide receivers on UNC's roster. The Tar Heels return their top four wideouts in Ryan Switzer, Bug Howard, Quinshad...

Quinshad Davis poised to dazzle in ‘freak’ show
Bug Howard made it sound like North Carolina senior Quinshad Davis is other-worldly as a wide receiver. “Oh, he’s a freak, baby!” Howard said Monday...

Bug Howard Taking Snaps at Tight End
Bug Howard has always been a wide receiver with tight end size. This season, Howard has gotten several reps at tight end during North Carolina’s...

UNC training camp storylines
North Carolina's 2015 training camp starts on Monday. With talented senior quarterback Marquise Williams playing behind an experienced offensive line and skill position players like...

Video: Bug Howard catches a football between his legs
This video of North Carolina wide receiver Bug Howard catching a football between his legs is pretty impressive. Howard caught 42 passes for 455 yards...

Take 2: Is UNC the ACC's top offense?
Marquise Williams hasn’t gotten the recognition, but by virtually any metric, he’s one of the two or three best quarterbacks in the ACC, posting stats...

Video: UNC Football Thursday Players Post-Practice Interviews
UNC guard Jared Cohen talks stepping into a starting role and wide receiver Bug Howard discusses facing a high-pressure defense in ECU...

Breaking Down 3rd-and-1 vs. SDSU
UNC’s decision to throw a screen pass on 3rd-and-1 from the 5-yard line in the final minutes of Saturday’s win over San Diego State has...

UNC Top 5 Potential Breakout Players
Heading into the 2014 North Carolina football season CarolinaBlue looks at five players (that you might not be familiar with) that we think could have...

Video: UNC Football Tuesday Post Practice Interviews
Coach Seth Littrell, running back T.J. Logan and wide receiver Bug Howard look forward to Saturday's game against Liberty...

2014 Season Preview: Wide Receivers & Tight Ends
Much like the running backs, the receiving corps at UNC has plenty of talent and the potential to put up some big numbers. The question...

UNC Flanker Position in Flux
With T.J. Thorpe sidelined indefinitely, Bug Howard and Mack Hollins are the next men up at UNC’s flanker position. Entering training camp, the wide receiver...

T.J. Thorpe looking for breakthrough year
Fully healthy for the first time in over a year and a half, UNC rising junior wide receiver T.J. Thorpe staked his claim for a...

Post-Spring Football Way-Too-Early Top 25
16. North Carolina Tar Heels: The Tar Heels are stacked at running back with T.J. Logan and Khris Francis and at receiver, where Quinshad Davis,...

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