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Jeff Saturday induction is at ideal time
Jeff Saturday’s induction into the Indianapolis Colts’ Ring of Honor has an ironic twist. The retired center will see his name and jersey number 63...

Indianapolis Colts to induct Jeff Saturday into team’s Ring of Honor
Jeff Saturday will become the 12th member to be inducted into the Indianapolis Colts' Ring of Honor during halftime of their September 21st contest against...

Video: Child burn victims get away at 'Camp Saturday'
Sunday was the start of "Camp Saturday" – a week-long vacation for child burn survivors organized by former Colts center Jeff Saturday. The camp is...

Former Colt Jeff Saturday wins 'jock tax' case against Cleveland
Two former NFL players who challenged Cleveland’s tax on their income won refunds after the Ohio Supreme Court ruled the way the city calculated their...

Video: UNC Football Spring Scrimmage Highlights & Interviews
The Tar Heels capped off spring practice with the final scrimmage of the spring at Rocky River high school in Charlotte, N.C. on Saturday, April...

Jeff Lebo remembers mentor
When Jeff Lebo saw that Roy Williams was calling, he knew the North Carolina coach was not ringing him up to deliver good news. After...

Video: One-on-one with Jeff Saturday
Current ESPN NFL analyst and former six time pro bowler Jeff Saturday returned to Chapel Hill and sat down with Jones Angell for a one-on-one...

Saturday Special
Jeff Saturday played 13 seasons for the Colts, helping set the tone for Peyton Manning’s offense. He spent a final season in Green Bay in...

Jeff Saturday's Pillars of Leadership
In addition to working as a football analyst for ESPN, Jeff Saturday speaks to corporations and church groups around the country. Before he spoke at...

Jeff Saturday to speak at Kenan-Flagler Business School
Jeff Saturday, (BSBA ’97), former NFL player with Indianapolis Colts, current analyst with ESPN, will deliver a Dean's Speaker lecture. Jeff Saturday has traveled a...

Video: Jason Freeman on Coaching with Caleb Pressley
On this special bye week edition of "Coaching", Caleb Pressley sits down with UNC Assistant Equipment Manager Jason Freeman to discuss Jeff Saturday and technicalities...

Walk-ons Playing Key Roles for UNC
It’s difficult to pinpoint where one should start in dissecting UNC’s walk-on (and former walk-on) highlights. There was Mack Hollins’s 33-yard touchdown off a smoke...

Tar Heel Takeaways Turn Tide
Forcing turnovers has been a point of focus for UNC during the offseason, and during the second half Saturday all the efforts came to fruition...

Turner's Take: Monday Musings
Despite an injured foot that kept him off the field, wide receiver T.J. Thorpe was instrumental in Carolina’s win over Liberty on Saturday, according to...

No. 23 Tar Heels beat Flames 56-29 in opener
Marquise Williams accounted for four touchdowns while Jeff Schoettmer returned an interception for a score during North Carolina's game-turning flurry, helping the No. 23 Tar...

UNC’s Switzer, Schoettmer Brimming with Confidence
The No. 23 North Carolina Tar Heels are embracing their status as a member of the preseason Top 25, but sophomore sensation Ryan Switzer and...

Top 25 Undrafted Free Agents in the NFL over the last 25 Years
8. Jeff Saturday, C, North Carolina: The six-time Pro Bowler anchored the Colts' offensive line from 2000-11. During his time snapping to Peyton Manning, Indy...

Bodine, Hurst Attend NFL Combine
Russell Bodine models his game after Jeff Saturday, another former North Carolina center who was a six-time Pro Bowl player. In late December, Bodine decided...

Maryland receivers Stefon Diggs, Deon Long out for season with broken legs
Maryland wide receivers Stefon Diggs and Deon Long both left the Terrapins’ 34-10 loss at Wake Forest on Saturday with leg injuries, and both players...

Jeff Saturday "had to be big for work...needed to be smaller for health"
Jeff Saturday, 38, reported to the University of North Carolina at 6-2, 240 pounds in 1994. He gained 10 pounds a year for four years...

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