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The hope for UNC football in 2018
There is optimism that things will improve for UNC next fall based on the fact that UNC will return a more experienced Chazz Surratt, as...

Patience gives UNC's Michael Carter an extra burst
The truth is that there aren't a lot of bright spots to speak of in North Carolina’s 1-6 season. But Michael Carter is one...

UNC Rushing Attack Aiming for Bounce-Back Game
UNC's running backs had an abysmal game against Duke last week, but get a notable matchup upgrade against Georgia Tech. After combining for 191 yards...

Vince Carter remembers being ‘thrown into the fire.’ He’s preparing young Kings for it
Vince Carter always welcomed advice. He soaked up a lot of it on his way to winning Rookie of the Year. Carter has remained inquisitive...

Weekly State of North Carolina Football Coaching Grades
Larry Fedora, UNC, C: The biggest problem against Duke was the lack of a consistent rushing attack other than quarterback Chazz Surratt. Running backs Jordon...

Can UNC's rushing attack challenge Duke's top-ranked defense?
In its 53-23 win at Old Dominion, UNC had three players rush for two touchdowns apiece: quarterback Chazz Surratt and running backs Jordon Brown and...

Chansky’s Notebook: Duke Game a Mystery
The Tar Heels showed an improved running game behind sophomore Jordan Brown and freshman Michael Carter, and Chazz Surratt played his best college game at...

Video: North Carolina vs. Old Dominion Game Highlights
North Carolina quarterback Chazz Surratt accounted for three total touchdowns, Jordon Brown and Michael Carter each found the end zone twice, and the Tar Heels...

Michael Carter, Jordon Brown work to fill void in UNC’s backfield
As North Carolina works to find its new quarterback, the Tar Heels are also attempting to move past running backs Elijah Hood and T.J. Logan...

Jordon Brown Featured as UNC's Receiving Back
UNC sophomore Jordon Brown started the game against Cal, but freshman Michael Carter played his fair share. Both running backs put up impressive performances. Carter...

Extra Points: Origins
Michael Carter, playing his first college football game, averaged 8.5 yards a carry, once streaking the sideline for 47 yards and later sailing to the...

Freshman Michael Carter a Bright Spot in UNC Loss
Unpack UNC's 35-30 loss to Cal on Saturday and you can find some positives. Heading into the season question marks littered the offensive side of...

It’s time for Tar Heels to discover answers
North Carolina’s season of uncertainly begins Saturday afternoon against visiting California. At least there should be some answers coming. While there was a much-discussed battle...

UNC's RB Competition Still Unsettled
The running back depth chart for North Carolina's Saturday opener against California has sophomore Jordon Brown and freshman Michael Carter listed as co-starters. Auburn grad...

UNC Football Position Preview: Running Backs
Although Jordon Brown missed the spring game, he appears to have the inside track on the starting spot by virtue of his experience. Kanye Roberts...

Monday UNC Football Preseason Camp Tidbits
Larry Fedora said that all UNC's running backs are "like freshman" outside of sophomore Jordon Brown. Some are true freshman (Michael Carter and Kayne Roberts),...

UNC Position Battle Preview: Running Backs
Only sophomore running back Jordon Brown has any carries for the Tar Heels --- 25 carries for 40 yards and one touchdown in 2016. The...

Ranking the ACC Running Back Tandems for 2017
13. North Carolina: Michael Carter and Jordon Brown - North Carolina is starting over at running back. Elijah Hood (858 yards) and T.J. Logan (650)...

A Look at the Future of UNC's Backfield
While Jordon Brown is the only returning running back to log a rushing attempt for the Tar Heels, the starting job won’t be handed to...

Video: 2019 SF Christian Brown dishes on early offers
Christian Brown held his own with the older guys at the USA Basketball minicamp earlier this month. Top players from 2017, such as four-star point...

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