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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...

Photo Reel: Outside Zone
North Carolina's bread and butter run play is the inside zone read, but on this particular play, Anderson called the outside zone. They are similar...

UNC vs. South Carolina Preview
South Carolina’s defense ranks among the best in the country, but its back seven lost four starters from last season. The biggest question mark in...

Running with the Bull, Kendrick Singleton
A bull has many connotations depending on the context but the nickname given to Kendrick Singleton epitomizes the positive attributes associated with that characterization. The...

The Other Guys
Sophomore Quinshad Davis will likely get most of the publicity among UNC's wide receivers heading into the 2013 season, but the Tar Heels have some...

Patience pays off for WR Kendrick Singleton
Baker County receiver Kendrick Singleton didn’t know where he was going to play college football two weeks ago. A coaching change at Southern Miss had...

ACC 2012 Coastal Division Signee Lists
Wide receiver Kendrick Singleton had committed to Southern Miss while Larry Fedora was still the coach there. When Fedora took the head coaching job at...

WR Kendrick Singleton Commits to UNC
According to sources close to the situation, Kendrick Singleton has switched his verbal commitment to North Carolina. Singleton, a 6-foot-1, 190-pound wide receiver from Glen...

ACC Recruiting Links, Jan. 4
Shooting forward Troy Williams, a member of the 2013 class, has narrowed his list of teams to five — including North Carolina. Perhaps following new...


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