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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...

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...

Bryn Renner: “Back’s Against The Wall”
Bryn Renner says that the Tar Heels still have a lot to look forward to this year. “We still have all of our goals in...

Turner's Take: Speed and Smarts
Romar Morris is fast. The redshirt sophomore Tar Heel tailback is not only quick on the football field. This spring, he posted the fifth-fastest 60-meter...

Video: Tuesday Football Post-Practice Interviews
Sophomore standouts Romar Morris and Quinshad Davis expect big things from the North Carolina offense against Georgia Tech...

Video: Romar Morris 26-Yard TD Run vs MTSU
North Carolina running back Romar Morris takes the hand-off sweep around the left side, makes a defender miss, and runs 26 yards for the Tar...

Tar Heels roll past Blue Raiders 40-20
Romar Morris scored twice to help North Carolina run out to a big lead and beat Middle Tennessee 40-20 on Saturday. Bryn Renner threw for...

Randy Jordan anticipates improvement against MTSU
Randy Jordan, UNC's second-year running backs coach and first-year special teams coach was proud of what both the running back and special teams units put...

25 breakout stars for the 2013 football season
The following players aren’t being talked about too much right now, but by season’s end they will be: Romar Morris, RB, North Carolina – Morris,...

A.J. Blue Working Back
A.J. Blue entered training camp atop the depth chart at running back alongside Romar Morris three weeks ago. However, due to a nagging hamstring that's...

Romar Morris zooms into second year
With a 4.3 second 40-yard dash, Romar Morris is always running downhill. Everyone in Rowan County knows that after a couple of state championships in...

Video: Position Breakdown - Running Backs
North Carolina running backs coach Randy Jordan is excited about Romar Morris and A.J. Blue plus a couple of new freshmen additions to the backfield...

Romar Morris humbe about running back job
As it stands early this week, with North Carolina breaking training camp Monday and starting classes Tuesday, third-year sophomore Romar Morris appears to be the...

Football Schedule Preview: The Mid-season Games
The meat of the schedule starts with a trip to Blacksburg to face Virginia Tech. This is expected to be a tough game and in...

Romar Morris Hits His Sophomore Stride
According to Romar Morris, there’s one quality he possesses that sets him apart from the rest of his teammates – speed. “I feel like I’m...

A.J. Blue/Romar Morris duo ready for huge load
UNC certainly doesn't have to look any farther down the line than the season opener August 29 against South Carolina in Columbia for motivation not...

ACC football: UNC, Duke, N.C. State face hurdles
Larry Fedora can’t keep track of how many times he has been asked this offseason about replacing running back Giovani Bernard. But Fedora’s primary concern...

Carolina Countdown: Eric Ebron
North Carolina head coach Larry Fedora has been able to utilize his weapons on the offensive side of the ball ever since he stepped into...

RB Khris Francis among ACC first-year players to watch
UNC RB Khris Francis: Another early enrollee, Francis opened some eyes with a stellar performance in the spring game. With the early departure of standout...

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