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Video: UNC Football Tuesday Post-Practice Interviews
UNC junior wide receiver T.J. Thorpe and sophomore offensive tackle John Ferranto talk about the football team's transition from ECU to Clemson after practice on...

Offensive line looks to anchor Heels against chaotic Aztecs
Because of an injury to left guard Caleb Peterson, the Tar Heels’ starting offensive line against Liberty consisted of two juniors (guard Turner and Will...

Position battle winners at LT, DE, CB and K as UNC breaks camp
My article on Monday focused on what’s still uncertain as UNC enters game week, such as the starting QB, Ethan Farmer’s eligibility and the running...

John Ferranto seeks to fill big shoes
UNC is looking to find a replacement at left tackle for the 2014 season between three players---third-year sophomore John Ferranto, redshirt freshman R.J. Prince, and...

UNC right tackle position still unsettled
UNC held its final preseason scrimmage Saturday and offensive line coach Chris Kapilovic said late last week he anticipated deciding on a starter at right...

UNC right tackle battle nears an end
North Carolina’s right tackle position has been perhaps the most contested on the team throughout the preseason, but the competition is nearing an end. Chris...

Hard work, humility pay off for John Ferranto
When John Ferranto showed up to Burlington Township High School in the fall of 2008, he was a 6-foot-5, 170-pound freshman. As he approaches his...

North Carolina a fine fit for OL John Ferranto
The football coaches at the University of North Carolina project John Ferranto as an offensive lineman. So that's where he'll be lining up this fall...

Tar Heels add linemen John Ferranto, Jon Heck
North Carolina commitment list has grown to 12 with the additions of offensive linemen Jon Heck and John Ferranto. Heck is the son of former...


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