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Tar Heels tackle holiday wish lists
North Carolina football players Lowell Dyer and Ryan Taylor were in a heated debate in Walmart on Tuesday. Boxers, briefs or tighty-whities? Dyer and Taylor...

North Carolina Injury Report vs. Duke
AJ Blue QB/RB Knee
Carl Gaskins OT Knee
Matt Merletti D Knee
Trevor Stuart DS Knee
Jamal Womble TB Wrist

Lowell Dyer finally back in the game
For North Carolina center Lowell Dyer, returning for the Virginia Tech game last Thursday after sitting out for the past six weeks with a shoulder...

UNC win over Hokies not 'a fluke'
Upon kicking his team’s 21-yard game-winning field goal for a stunning 20-17 victory over Virginia Tech last Thursday night in hostile Lane Stadium, Casey Barth...

Lowell Dyer 'Probable' for Virginia Tech
Amidst the hubbub surrounding the first-ever Thursday night game in Chapel Hill last week, few observers noticed Lowell Dyer dressed out and working through pregame...

Key UNC blockers listed as probable for Va. Tech
Guard Jonathan Cooper, center Lowell Dyer, tackle Kyle Jolly and tight end Zack Pianalto are all listed as probable for North Carolina’s game at Virginia...

Offensive Line Benefits From Bye Week
As Carolina comes off of a bye week and into a historic game on Thursday, one question that has been looming over the Heels is...

UNC injury report vs. Georgia Southern
Out (Season)
Carl Gaskins OT Knee
Matt Merletti S Knee
Trevor Stuart DS Knee
Out (Game)
Lowell Dyer C Shoulder

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...

Jonathan Cooper, Anthony Elzy probable for UNC vs Georgia So.
Carolina's offense may be getting some much-needed help this weekend, as guard Jonathan Cooper and fullback Anthony Elzy are listed as probable for Saturday's game...

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
Linwan Euwall LB Ankle
LeCount Fantroy CB Thigh
Joshua Adams...

Butch Davis addresses offensive line, kicking game
The biggest theme for North Carolina heading into Saturday's in-state matchup with East Carolina this week has been the team's decimated depth along the offensive...

What to Watch in the ACC: Week 3
North Carolina’s replacements: The Tar Heels have to hold it together after losing starting center Lowell Dyer and tight end Zack Pianalto for the next...

Heels still walking thin line
Lowell Dyer is one of two offensive starters North Carolina will be without for at least the next three to four weeks as they recover...

UNC injuries linger
North Carolina's offense will be without two starters for three to four weeks, coach Butch Davis said Wednesday. Center Lowell Dyer (shoulder) and tight end...

UNC coach Butch Davis addresses injuries
UNC isn't going to make any dramatic adjustments to its offense this week against ECU, Butch Davis said, despite numerous injuries to key starters, including...

Dyer, Pianalto Out 3-4 Weeks
UNC's starting center Lowell Dyer and starting tight end Zack Pianalto are expected to miss 3-4 weeks and will be reevaluated at that point, according...

Injuries mounting for Tar Heels
If Tuesday's practice participation was any indication, No.24 UNC's offense will be missing a few key players for Saturday's game against East Carolina. Center Lowell...

UNC scrambling on offensive line with Dyer's season in jeopardy
North Carolina center Lowell Dyer will not play against East Carolina because of a shoulder injury and his season is in jeopardy, leaving UNC to...

Monday Football PC Quotes & Audio
"One of the things that really kind of hurt us a little bit is that we had to replace two starters on Thursday at the...

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