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Turner's Take: Grounded Game
T.J. Logan was a Parade All-America. Elijah Hood was an U.S. Army High School All-America. Khris Francis and Romar Morris were considered among the nation’s...

UNC Running Backs: Divide and conquer?
After Saturday’s win against the Flames, head coach Larry Fedora told reporters that he was simply waiting on one of his four main running backs...

UNC can learn a lot from mistake-filled win
There are four talented backs -- Romar Morris, starter T.J. Logan, Khris Francis and freshmen Elijah Hood -- but not a lot of extra carries...

UNC Running Backs: The Dawg Pound
The barking from The Dawg Pound of Carolina's August football camp has been constant—nowhere on this team is there a unit as talented, as deep,...

Excitement in UNC backfield
The first depth chart of the season points to either sophomore T.J. Logan or redshirt junior Romar Morris getting the start at tailback when UNC...

Larry Fedora Press Conference Notes and This Week's Depth Chart
There is a lot of "OR" on UNC's depth chart. The focal point will be on the lack of decision at quarterback which shouldn't shock...

UNC Running Backs: "The Tightest Group"
They compete for snaps, jockeying for position every day in practice in search of the glory inherit with their trade. In many circles, "every man...

2014 Season Preview: Running Backs
While no one player is likely going to match Giovani Bernard's 2012 production, as a group of players, T.J. Logan, Khris Francis, Romar Morris and...

UNC running backs shouldering load
UNC running backs haven't been stepping out much this preseason. Running out of bounds has been prohibited by running backs coach Larry Porter, so sophomore...

Why North Carolina will win the Coastal
The running game: In UNC’s first seven games, it averaged 102 yards on the ground, 2.8 yards per carry and scored six rushing touchdowns. In...

Talent and depth: UNC running backs
If there is one strength Tar Heel fans should point to as an area of hope, production, and excitement it would be the stable of...

Post-Spring Football Way-Too-Early Top 25
16. North Carolina Tar Heels: The Tar Heels are stacked at running back with T.J. Logan and Khris Francis and at receiver, where Quinshad Davis,...

Tar Heels have options at running back
T.J. Logan finished the game with 109 yards and two touchdowns on 15 carries. Khris Francis carried 18 times for 87 yards. Charles Brunson had...

Video: UNC Football Freshmen Highlights
The Tar Heels have gotten major contributions on both sides of the ball from true freshmen including: Mikey Bart, Khris Francis, Dominique Green, Bug Howard,...

Khris Francis Latest In Offensive Youth Movement
Week after week, North Carolina running back Khris Francis had grinned, celebrated and congratulated as classmates Bug Howard, T.J. Logan and Ryan Switzer crossed the...

UNC's ground game a group effort
Khris Francis had just six carries in UNC’s 45-14 win against Virginia on Saturday, which is about average for the freshman. That’s life in an...

Turner's Take: Monday Musings
After his first career start, freshman T.J. Logan sits atop the North Carolina depth chart at tailback. ahead of A.J. Blue, Romar Morris and Khris...

Hokies Erase Heels
With sophomore Marquise Williams handing off to freshman Khris Francis, freshman receiver Bug Howard out wide and two freshmen on the offensive line, North Carolina...

Khris Francis, T.J. Thorpe have homegrown friendship
Khris Francis and T.J. Thorpe first met when Francis was in eighth grade and they had the same trainer. Since first working out together nearly...

Video: Tuesday football post-practice interviews
North Carolina quarterback Bryn Renner talks about staying focused during the bye week and looks forward to Georgia Tech. Freshman running back Khris Francis evaluates...

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