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Disease in remission, Josh Adams hoping to play again
UNC receiver Joshua Adams pulled in a short pass and grinned as if he had caught a game-winning touchdown. It was only practice, a drill...

UNC Injury Report vs Rutgers
Out
Jabari Price, DB, Finger
Norkeithus Otis, LB Concussion
Devon Ramsay, FB Knee
Doubtful
Joshua Adams, WR Illness
Questionable
P.J. Clyburn, LB Foot
T.J. Leifheit, OL Ankle
Terry Shankle, DB Knee
...

WRs Josh Adams, Todd Harrelson to miss spring practice
Sophomore wide receiver Joshua Adams and junior wideout Todd Harrelson will not participate in spring practice, albeit for entirely different reasons. Adams, the release read,...

UNC clipboard
What worked: The passing game, despite the absence of receiver Greg Little, carried UNC's offense. Quarterback T.J. Yates threw for 412 yards, 221 of...

UNC's injuries a factor in offensive ineptitude
Against Georgia Southern, the Tar Heels could be missing six players who started the first game of the season against The Citadel (Kyle Jolly, Jonathan...

UNC Injury Report vs. Georgia Tech
Out (Season)
Carl Gaskins OL Knee
Matt Merletti S Knee
Out (Game)
Lowell Dyer C Shoulder
Zack Pianalto TE Foot
Ryan Taylor TE Knee
Doubtful
Linwan Euwall LB Ankle
LeCount Fantroy CB Thigh
Questionable
Joshua Adams...

North Carolina poses a passing threat
UNC receivers coach Charlie Williams said the receivers are developing, slowly but surely, into a dependable unit. The playbook remains wide open, Williams said, but...

Tar Heels encouraged by array of receivers
With the bulk of last season’s ball-catchers gone, solid targets for junior quarterback T.J. Yates appeared to be in short supply this season. But after...

Heels still list Adams as starter at WR, Highsmith as backup
True freshman Joshua Adams is still listed as the starter at receiver and another true freshman, Erik Highsmith, is listed as the backup as North...

Tudor's take: The Citadel at UNC
Assuming The Citadel's defense doesn't soldier up simply by padding up, North Carolina will have a smooth initiation ceremony for the new wave of receivers...

Teams At A Glance: ACC Coastal Division
North Carolina: Strengths: The defense should be among the ACC's best. Linebackers Bruce Carter and Quan Sturdivant are quick and sure hitters, and the line...

Finding that Go-to Guy
Joshua Adams prides himself on his crisps routes and catch-to-run transition, comparing to Randy Moss is that aspect of the game. He’s got leaping ability,...

Q&A With UNC Quarterback T.J. Yates
Is Joshua Adams is fully recovered and going at it? “He’s one of the hardest workers at wide receiver I’ve ever seen. He’s a freshman,...

Josh Adams Out 4-6 Weeks
UNC freshman wide receiver Joshua Adams had his knee scoped on Tuesday by Dr. Alex Creighton at UNC Hospitals, according to a UNC official. Adams...

Questions abound in ACC Football
North Carolina: Who's going to catch passes? Butch Davis has lost standouts Hakeem Nicks, Brandon Tate and Brooks Foster. The Tar Heels have some talented...

ACC Coastal Football Preview
North Carolina: Who is going to catch the ball? With the exit of Hakeem Nicks, Brandon Tate and Brooks Foster, the Tar Heels’ leading returning...

Yates-to-Jones highlights Tar Heels' spring game
North Carolina's unproven receiving game got a workout in Saturday's spring scrimmage. T.J. Yates connected with Dwight Jones for a 46-yard completion, while the Tar...

Joshua Adams catching on quickly at UNC
True freshman Joshua Adams hasn't been on the UNC campus but a couple of months, but coming into the spring he has already made a...

Blake, Thigpen rated among top football recruiters
Blake always has had a great reputation as a recruiter and he didn't disappoint this year. Blake led the charge for two of the top...

Tar Heels Land 7 of Top 10 football recruits in NC
Rivals.com recently released their list of top high school football players in 21 different states. Butch Davis and company have pulled in an impressive...

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