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Elijah Hood, TJ Logan vie for starting role for UNC football
The trio of T.J. Logan, Elijah Hood and Romar Morris ran the ball 251 times for just 1,119 yards and 11 touchdowns in 2014. Meanwhile,...

Versatility Defining UNC Running Back Corps
Depth and versatility in the offensive backfield has allowed for some creativity in the meeting room to utilize more of that talent during the 2015...

Podcast: Larry Porter Discusses UNC's Running Backs
UNC running Back coach Larry Porter talks about the depth and versatility of the running backs, and Romar Morris adds his comments, including how he...

2015 Football Preview: Running Backs
North Carolina has three returning running backs and one incoming freshman who should bear the brunt of the Tar Heel rushing offense this year. The...

Video: Offensive Players, Coaches Tuesday Post-Practice Interviews
Assistant Head Coach Seth Littrell, QB Marquise Williams, and RB Romar Morris share their thoughts on the team's progress as Carolina readies for the first...

Ten most important players for 2015 - No. 6
Elijah Hood had an average freshman season as he struggled with injuries while running behind a troubled offensive line. The Charlotte native appeared in nine...

Ten most important players for 2015 - No. 9
In year three, T.J. Logan looks to make noise. Behind a more experience line and a bevy of offensive weapons, the 5-foot-10, 190-pound back could...

UNC training camp storylines
North Carolina's 2015 training camp starts on Monday. With talented senior quarterback Marquise Williams playing behind an experienced offensive line and skill position players like...

Six storylines: UNC vs. Duke
UNC will get an extra boost with the return of running back Romar Morris after serving a one-game suspension last week, but it will also...

Six storylines: UNC vs. Pittsburgh
Can North Carolina get any production from its short-handed running back corps? Junior running back Romar Morris was arrested for DWI less than 24 hours...

UNC football practice notes Nov. 4
After a tough 47-20 loss to Miami last weekend, North Carolina doesn’t play again until Nov. 15 against Pittsburgh. With the bye week, UNC has...

UNC Suspends Romar Morris For Game Against Pittsburgh
University of North Carolina tailback Romar Morris has been suspended for UNC’s next game against Pittsburgh on Nov. 15 for a violation of team rules,...

UNC running back Romar Morris charged with DWI
UNC running back Romar Morris was arrested early Sunday morning in Chapel Hill and charged with impaired driving DWI, a misdemeanor. Morris, 22, was arrested...

The Missing Element: UNC Rushing Attack
The Carolina rushing attack has struggled to gain traction all season long, but the void was especially glaring Saturday against Virginia Tech. The tailback trio...

Disappointment for UNC
Marquise Williams went to sleep Friday night thinking about UNC’s first play call, “60 right bullets,” which was designed to hit running back Romar Morris...

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...

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