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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...

Logan, Switzer add game-changing element for Tar Heels
At UNC, special teams is just as important as offense and defense -- and the unit embraces that role. Heading into a new season, sophomore...

TJ Logan talks running backs, improvement
North Carolina running back T.J. Logan appeared in nine games as a freshman and made an immediate impact after sitting out the first four games...

UNC's T.J. Logan works on blocks, catches
Transitioning from a do-it-all high school running back to one of several college running backs on his team wasn’t easy for T.J. Logan. The position...

Video: UNC Football Summer Interviews
Marquise Williams, Norkeithus Otis, Ryan Switzer, T.J Logan, Jeff Schoettmer and Tim Scott talk about their summer preparations with the kickoff to the upcoming football...

T.J. Logan Learning Wide Receiver
T.J. Logan’s freshman season at North Carolina provided a long look at his elite talent at running back and kick returner. Next up is the...

Best Games Of 2013-14: No. 9
No. 9: North Carolina 27, NC State 19 - Football, Nov. 2, 2013: What Giovani Bernard started with his game-winning punt return against NC State...

Logan, Switzer Named To Hornung Watch List
The Louisville Sports Commission Monday named 47 multi-talented college football players to the 2014 Watch List for the Paul Hornung Award, presented by Texas Roadhouse,...

Q&A with North Carolina RB T.J. Logan
As the Tar Heels turned their season around down the stretch, the running game came alive, too. UNC averaged 5.1 yards per rush with 13...

Preseason position review: Running game
After the calendar flipped to November, UNC's ground game flourished, averaging 5.1 yards-per-carry and scoring 13 times, while helping the Heels to a 5-1 finish...

Athlon's ACC Football 2014 Pre-Season All-Conference Team
Athlon Sports kicks off its release of preseason all-conference teams with a look at our first, second, third and fourth All-ACC teams for 2014: First...

‘Thunder and Lightning’ Backfield Key To Carolina Football
If there’s one clear strength to the Tar Heels in 2014, it’s in the backfield. Carolina will boast a bevy of powerhouse running backs in...

Phil Steele's Preseason All-ACC
College football guru Phil Steele has released his preseason all-conference teams for the ACC. Eight Tar Heels make the cut in some form but only...

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,...

Spring ACC Coastal Predictions
3. North Carolina – The Tar Heels’ 15 returning starters ties for the most of any team in the conference. Marquise Williams is a budding...

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...

UNC Spring Game Observations
The Tar Heels have a lot of depth at defensive line. The redshirt freshman are very competitive and there are lot of hard working, fast,...

Turner's Take: On the Gridiron at Grimsley
Carolina football practiced at Grimsley High School in Greensboro on Friday for the second of two out-of-town football scrimmages. Gate City native T.J. Logan was...

T.J. Logan gearing up for big year
Coming off a true freshman season in which he made a substantial impact in the offensive backfield for North Carolina, T.J. Logan heads into his...

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