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Former UNC standout Giovani Bernard does it all for Cincinnati Bengals
In just his second year in a league that has devalued the running back position, Cincinnati’s Giovani Bernard has earned the starting job for the...

Video: Gio's Journey
The story of how Hall of Fame wide receiver Cris Carter helped Giovani Bernard on his path to the NFL...

Trip to Foxboro reunites Giovani Bernard with friend who once provided a home
How do you thank the family that took you in? That gave you so much and asked for nothing in return? How do you thank...

Tar Heels In The NFL – Week Two
In his second career game Sunday against the Carolina Panthers, Detroit tight end Eric Ebron had three catches for 38 yards. Giovani Bernard, TB, Cincinnati...

Tar Heels in the NFL – Week One
UNC ranks 21st nationally and fourth in the ACC with 23 NFL players on opening day NFL rosters. Here's a look at a few highlights...

Ravens bracing for dynamic Bengals running back Giovani Bernard
The Ravens' defense is on guard to try to contain Giovani Bernard. "Gio Bernard does a heck of a job," Ravens coach John Harbaugh said...

Video: Giovani Bernard ready for 2014
Pete Prisco sat down with Bengals running back Giovani Bernard to discuss the upcoming season and how he looks to improve on his rookie campaign...

Video: Ultimate Giovani Bernard Highlights
As UNC's newest group of running backs prepare for the 2014 season in hopes of creating their own legacy, we take a fond look back...

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...

Bengals’ Giovani Bernard in a good place
In front of 1,200 fans on a practice field adjacent to Paul Brown Stadium, running back Giovani Bernard wiggled past linebacker Emmanuel Lamur during a...

Best Games Of 2013-14: No. 9
No. 9: North Carolina 27, NC State 19 - Football, Nov. 2, 2013: What Giovani Bernard started with his game-winning punt return against NC State...

Giovani Bernard seeks more 'explosive runs' in 2014
Thirty-three backs broke more runs of 20-plus yards than Giovani Bernard last season, but the Cincinnati Bengals runner plans to correct that statistic in Year...

Giovani Bernard: "I know how hard I worked" in the classroom
Giovani Bernard was adamant in defense of players he said did work the right way. "That's what bothers me is that just because of two...

Rookie center Russell Bodine gets chance to start
Center Russell Bodine would snap the ball, hold a block a couple seconds and watch his running back dart upfield. It worked at North Carolina...

Russell Bodine signs with Cincinnati Bengals
On Friday, the Cincinnati Bengals signed Russell Bodine to a 4-year deal, meaning the team now has five of their eight draft picks locked up...

Will Bengals RB Gio Bernard be a receiver too?
Few know better about utilizing unorthodox paths to the ultimate goal than Giovani Bernard. Whether reversing across Miami-Dade County against the Dolphins or opting for...

Russell Bodine brings 'attitude' to Bengals
Russell Bodine has been so into his NFL studies that after briefly plopping down inside his two-foot wide cubby hole in the middle of the...

Giovani Bernard glad Bengals got Russell Bodine
The Bengals may have had their future starting center in mind when they traded up in the fourth round to select North Carolina's Russell Bodine...

The drafting of Gio
As far as instant gratification, it turned out to be one of the more productive draft picks in the history of the Bengals. At No...

Giovani Bernard's Humble Roots
Long before Giovani Bernard was one of the NFL's most dynamic young playmakers, before his brother was a star at Oregon State, before his mother...

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