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Jamal Womble News Archive

UNC lands LB Norkeithus Otis, welcomes back Jamal Womble
UNC added two commitments but only increased its total by one. The Tar Heels landed Norkeithus Otis, a four-star linebacker who picked UNC over Duke,...

Jamal Womble not done yet; Bryn Renner to play baseball
Former UNC running back Jamal Womble, a highly touted player who reportedly was going to transfer because of academic issues, could eventually be back at...

UNC football players coming and going
Five players have left the North Carolina football program and four freshmen have enrolled early, a team spokesman confirmed Tuesday. Running back Jamal Womble, linebacker...

Five Carolina football players to leave the program
Offseason attrition is part of college football, and at North Carolina, this offseason is no different. Five players from the 2009 Tar Heel football team...

Five No Longer with Football Team
Hawatha Bell, Rashad Mason, Jamal Womble and Randy White are no longer part of North Carolina’s football team, a UNC official confirmed Monday morning. Bell,...

Meineke Bowl Teleconference Quotes
Do you expect Shaun Draughn or Jamal Womble to play any at all? “No. There’s no way that Jamal Womble can play with a fractured...

North Carolina Injury Report vs. Duke
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AJ Blue QB/RB Knee
Carl Gaskins OT Knee
Matt Merletti D Knee
Trevor Stuart DS Knee
Jamal Womble TB Wrist

A.J. Blue, Jamal Womble Sidelined for Season
Freshman tailback/quarterback A.J. Blue and freshman tailback Jamal Womble will miss the remainder of the 2009 season. Blue will also be sidelined for practice next...

Carolina Continues To Battle Injury Bug
The pain and suffering for the UNC football team continues, with injuries to running backs A.J. Blue and Jamal Womble being the latest blows. Blue...

The Midway Point
With the news that freshmen running backs A.J. Blue (knee) and Jamal Womble (wrist) are scheduled for surgeries on Friday, a deep stable in the...

A.J. Blue, Jamal Womble to have surgery
UNC tailbacks A.J. Blue and Jamal Womble both sustained injuries in the Tar Heels' 42-12 win over Georgia Southern. Womble, a redshirt freshman from Sierra...

Monday Press Conference Quotes + Audio
On freshman A.J. Blue’s spot on the depth chart at tailback: “I don’t know that he’s necessarily moved ahead of Jamal [Womble], but I think...

First Scrimmage in the Books
Shaun Draughn and Ryan Houston each took six of the first-team’s 12 snaps at running back, with Jamal Womble working exclusively with the 2’s. Freshmen...

Are You Ready to Womble?
For the first time since Butch Davis arrived in Chapel Hill, the Tar Heels have stability in the running back corps. Red-shirt freshman Jamal Womble...

Ranking the ACC units: Running backs
10. North Carolina -- The Tar Heels return all of their running backs from a year ago, and should see more consistency now that everyone...

Q&A with UNC Offensive Coordinator John Shoop: Part I
"Jamal Womble's a little bit what Natrone Means looked like in college. He's built low to the ground, and is a tough guy to tackle...

UNC spring football wrapup
Redshirt freshman Jamal Womble impressed the coaching staff with his work on the scout team last year. Womble then displayed more of his skills this...

ACC Spring Game Reviews
Looking for improved play under center, the Heels finished spring on a high note. The program’s three quarterbacks—T.J. Yates, Mike Paulus, and Braden Hansen—combined to...

Spring Game: Offense Notebook
Although he didn’t initially come out with the first- or second-string offenses, Jamal Womble had arguably the most impressive performance on offense. “I felt the...

Spring Football Q&A: Zach Brown & Ryan Houston
Ryan Houston on Jamal Womble: "(He’s) like my little brother. I’m always trying to help teach him. It is kind of hard coming in, he’s...

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