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Tar Heels keeping Tabb-s on tight end
Jack Tabb can put all his concentration into playing tight end for North Carolina’s football team again. The Tar Heels need him to fill that...

Video: Coach Kap Interview
Tar Heel Illustrated spoke with Co-Offensive Coordinator/Offensive Line Coach Chris Kapilovic after Monday's practice. We asked about depth along the OL, developing interchangeable parts, use...

Tabb Not Fazed By Daunting Task
Jack Tabb isn't Eric Ebron, and he knows it. But that's okay. What Jack Tabb is, however, is confident. Stepping in for the 10th player...

Video: UNC Football Position Breakdown - Tight End
UNC offensive coordinator and tight ends coach Seth Littrell goes in-depth about the players expected to make an impact in his position group, including Jack...

Video: Meet The Heels Interviews - Offense
Marquise Williams, Mitch Trubisky, Jack Tabb, Landon Turner, and Ryan Switzer spoke about the start of training camp before Meet The Heels...

The Unknown: 2014 UNC Tight Ends
While Greensboro native Eric Ebron is catching touchdowns from Detroit Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford, the Tar Heels will rely on an unknown core of tight...

ACC football players leaving early and replacements
Leaving: North Carolina TE Eric Ebron; The replacement: Jack Tabb. He played in 10 games at tight end and on special teams, and he also...

Jack Tabb suspended for first half against Miami
North Carolina tight end/linebacker Jack Tabb has been suspended for the first half of the Miami game due to an ejection for fighting during the...

Jack Tabb suspended two games
North Carolina junior tight end/linebacker Jack Tabb has been suspended for two games, a team spokesman confirmed shortly before kickoff of UNC's game vs. Georgia...

Tar Heel offense can't find its rhythm
Bryn Renner’s screen passes continued to net little yardage, tight end Jack Tabb dropped a pair of balls thrown his way, and the timid UNC...

Q&A with UNC football's Jack Tabb
The North Carolina football team has been plagued with injuries on the defensive end of the ball throughout training camp this August. To compensate for...

Turner's Take: Jack of All Trades
Tar Heel tight end Jack Tabb had 12 catches and a touchdown for the Tar Heels in 2012, his sophomore season. But beginning this week...

Football notebook: August 12
Jack Tabb isn’t the only Tar Heel moving to the other side of the ball. Last season, due to depth issues at wide receiver, Damien...

Injuries force UNC to Tabb tight end for double duty at linebacker
Because of an injury epidemic that has left the Tar Heels’ linebacking corps dangerously thin during preseason camp, tight end Jack Tabb has become a...

Jack Tabb Learning Defense
Tight end Jack Tabb didn’t take a single snap at his offensive position on Monday. Instead, he integrated into the injury-riddled linebacker group as an...

Jack Tabb takes advantage of Spring reps
Without Eric Ebron going at full strength at the tight end position for the Tar Heels this spring, rising junior Jack Tabb found himself in...

New trio joins long list of Tar Heel injured
Starting safety Sam Smiley, who is second on the team with 23 tackles, and backup tight end Jack Tabb were both held out of practice...

Turner's Take: Ends of Distinction
This summer, asked to name positions where he's concerned about depth, Larry Fedora named them all - except tight end. There's reason to feel confident...

Eric Ebron Journal: We Bonded
I’ll be rooming together with Tyler Alberts, Miller Snyder, and Jack Tabb. Tyler and I chill all the time, so it was an easy decision...

ACC Football Commitment Lists: Coastal Division, Jan. 22
North Carolina added Red Bank, N.J., tight end Jack Tabb. The 6-4 target joins Eric Ebron as 2011 tight end recruits looking to capitalize on...

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