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Football Letterman's Roundtable
Mark Paschal: "We talk about assignment football playing against Georgia Tech. This game is going to be very, very physically demanding for our defensive football...

Football Letterman's Roundtable
Mark Paschal: "We’ve got to continue to make strides; we’ve got to get tougher; we got to get more physical and really more dominant at...

Larry Fedora to UNC?
Will Larry Fedora be the next North Carolina football coach? That’s what former UNC linebacker Mark Paschal tweeted on Tuesday. Paschal said the announcement will...

Letterman's Roundtable, November 9
Mark Paschal: "Three things stood out to me this Saturday. First, how soft we were at the point of attack. We didn’t open holes and...

Letterman's Roundtable, September 21
Inside Carolina's weekly 'State of the Heels' discussion, featuring former Tar Heels Scott Lenahan, Deems May, Quincy Monk and Mark Paschal. The Tar Heels eliminated...

Letterman's Roundtable, September 14
Inside Carolina's weekly 'State of the Heels' discussion, featuring former Tar Heels Scott Lenahan, Deems May, Quincy Monk and Mark Paschal. Interim head coach Everett...

Preseason Roundtable, Part II
What newcomer intrigues you the most? Sylvester Williams, Gio Bernard, or Travis Hughes? Mark Paschal: I cannot wait to see this big JuCo defensive tackle...

David Glenn Chats With Mark Paschal, July 29
Among the topics they discussed: Mark Paschal’s reaction to the firing of Butch Davis; his feelings towards UNC Chancellor Holden Thorp and why he feels...

Mark Paschal hopes to be an agent of change
A rookie agent with Ayrault Sports in his hometown of Charlotte, Mark Paschal's clients include former North Carolina teammates T.J. Yates and Zach Pianalto and...

Letterman's Roundtable
Inside Carolina's weekly 'State of the Heels' discussion with former Tar Heels Scott Lenahan, Deems May and Mark Paschal: On Saturday the Tar Heels came...

Letterman's Roundtable
Inside Carolina's weekly 'State of the Heels' discussion with former Tar Heels Scott Lenahan, Deems May and Mark Paschal. The Clemson win was huge, just...

Preseason Roundtable, Part II
Mark Paschal: I said it last year, and I will say it again this year, the offensive line is the key to success for this...

Deems & Mark: State of the Heels
Inside Carolina's Buck Sanders will conduct a roundtable discussion each week with former Tar Heels Deems May and Mark Paschal. In the first edition, the...

Mark Paschal Joins Inside Carolina
Mark Paschal has officially joined the Inside Carolina staff. The former Tar Heel linebacker will host the "Inside Carolina Call-In" postgame radio show and provide...

Counting down the ACC's top 30 players: No. 12 Quan Sturdivant
Why he's here: Quan Sturdivant's a game changer, and he led the nation with 87 unassisted tackles last year and led UNC with 122. Sturdivant...

UNC Student-Athletes Tapped By Golden Fleece
Yael Averbuch, a member of the UNC women's soccer team, and Mark Paschal, a member of the Carolina football team, are among 29 inductees into...

Everett Withers, Part V: Path to Improvement
When analysts dissect North Carolina’s defensive personnel for next season – the Tar Heels lose only safety Trimane Goddard and linebacker Mark Paschal from 2008...

Hakeem Nicks should turn pro
Hakeem Nicks is North Carolina’s best receiver since Art Weiner, as his play reminded fans Saturday. He is ready for the NFL, another obvious point...

Mark Paschal looks in new direction
Mark Paschal's football playing days are over, but North Carolina coach Butch Davis isn't ready for the senior's career to end. Paschal suffered a cervical...

Nicks, Paschal, Taylor Named 2008 Football MVPs
UNC wide receiver Hakeem Nicks, linebacker Mark Paschal and linebcker/tight end Ryan Taylor were named the Tar Heels' Most Valuable Players at the 2008 senior...

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