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Tar Heels' Elijah Hood eyes more highlights
Elijah Hood said he plans to be back in the end zone. North Carolina’s offense needs him there — or one of his backfield mates...

UNC Football Off Week Report Card
Carolina hasn't played like a Top-25 team, not even close, though it appears to have Top-25 caliber playmakers. The emergence of Mack Hollins, tantalizing potential...

Extra Points: Whew
Everyone talked about the energy. It was terrific amid the black-and-blue striped sections in Kenan Stadium and a near capacity crowd of 58,000. "Awesome," said...

No. 21 UNC holds on to beat San Diego State, 31-27
Tim Scott's interception in the end zone with 14 seconds left preserved No. 21 North Carolina's 31-27 victory over San Diego State. Marquise Williams threw...

Six storylines against San Diego State
This week, a lot has been made regarding San Diego State and all of the blitz packages they are expected to throw at the Tar...

UNC Running Backs: Divide and conquer?
After Saturday’s win against the Flames, head coach Larry Fedora told reporters that he was simply waiting on one of his four main running backs...

Video: UNC Football Tuesday Players Post-Practice Interviews
Marquis Williams, Landon Turner and Elijah Hood talk preparing for San Diego State, last week's win over Liberty and the stripe-out at Kenan Stadium on...

UNC can learn a lot from mistake-filled win
There are four talented backs -- Romar Morris, starter T.J. Logan, Khris Francis and freshmen Elijah Hood -- but not a lot of extra carries...

Elijah Hood could be big for Tar Heels' backfield
Being on the wrong side of a blow from UNC freshman running back Elijah Hood is not a pleasant experience. “Hood is like a bull...

UNC Running Backs: The Dawg Pound
The barking from The Dawg Pound of Carolina's August football camp has been constant—nowhere on this team is there a unit as talented, as deep,...

Excitement in UNC backfield
The first depth chart of the season points to either sophomore T.J. Logan or redshirt junior Romar Morris getting the start at tailback when UNC...

Larry Fedora Press Conference Notes and This Week's Depth Chart
There is a lot of "OR" on UNC's depth chart. The focal point will be on the lack of decision at quarterback which shouldn't shock...

UNC Running Backs: "The Tightest Group"
They compete for snaps, jockeying for position every day in practice in search of the glory inherit with their trade. In many circles, "every man...

UNC Football to hit the ground running
Marquise Williams became the first UNC quarterback to rush for more than 100 yards since Darian Durant in 2003 and became the first quarterback to...

Elijah Hood Among Top Impact Freshmen to Watch in 2014
Elijah Hood, RB, North Carolina: Arkansas State head coach and former UNC assistant Blake Anderson told me last week that Hood is as ready made...

Freshman Elijah Hood continues to impress amid considerable hype
Stories are circulating, and have been for a while now, about how Elijah Hood recently squatted more than 600 pounds, and about how fast he...

2014 Season Preview: Running Backs
While no one player is likely going to match Giovani Bernard's 2012 production, as a group of players, T.J. Logan, Khris Francis, Romar Morris and...

Romar Morris: Veteran Speed
Romar Morris was sidelined with a meniscus injury in spring ball while T.J. Logan and Elijah Hood soaked up all of headlines at UNC’s loaded...

Tar Heels hit the field; Meet fans today
North Carolina's annual "Meet the Heels" event today from 4-6 p.m. at Kenan Stadium will give fans their first chance to interact with the new...

Why North Carolina will win the Coastal
The running game: In UNC’s first seven games, it averaged 102 yards on the ground, 2.8 yards per carry and scored six rushing touchdowns. In...

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