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UNC Football Has Four Players Named to AP All-ACC Second Team
The Associated Press released its own version of the All-ACC football teams on Monday, selecting four Tar Heels as part of its Second Team. Wide...

Ryan Switzer Headlines Tar Heels On All-ACC Teams
After a record-setting senior season in which he caught 91 passes for 1,027 yards and five touchdowns, senior wide receiver Ryan Switzer was named to...

Extra Points: Eight Ball
T.J. Logan has worn the number 8 since high school and now through nearly four seasons as a Tar Heel football player. His Twitter handle...

Touches are few, but UNC’s Logan has magic touch when they come
Chances don’t come often for one of the fastest and most electrifying runners in the country. Senior running back T.J. Logan, again, didn’t touch the...

T.J. Logan on his big day
T.J. Logan on his diving, one-handed touchdown catch: "We had been running that play the whole week and I knew I was going to get...

UNC Postgame Notes vs. The Citadel
UNC safety Dominquie Green picked off a pass and returned it 58 yards for a touchdown in the second quarter. Carolina entered the game...

UNC Player Post-Citadel Interviews
Video interviews with Tar Heel players following North Carolina's 41-7 win over The Citadel in Chapel Hill on Saturday: T.J. Logan, Dominiquie Green, Ryan Switzer,...

Video: Tar Heels Wall Off The Citadel, 41-7 - Highlights
North Carolina running back T.J. Logan found the end zone twice and the UNC defense forced four turnovers in the 41-7 victory over The Citadel...

North Carolina hands The Citadel First loss of the season
Mitch Trubisky passed for 184 yards and three touchdowns to help North Carolina beat The Citadel 41-7 on Saturday. T.J. Logan had a touchdown catch...

Video: T.J. Logan's One-Handed Touchdown Grab vs. The Citadel
UNC tailback T.J. Logan shows off his wide receiver skills, going full extension and snagging this touchdown with one hand against The Citadel on November...

UNC dismantles The Citadel, 41-7, in bounceback game
The North Carolina football team defeated The Citadel Bulldogs 41-7 on Saturday afternoon in Chapel Hill. Quarterback Mitch Trubisky led the Tar Heels with 184...

2017 RB Antwuan Branch Commits to UNC
Antwuan Branch, a 2017 3-star running back out of Clarksville, TN (Kenwood HS) committed to North Carolina on Sunday and made his intentions public via...

UNC-Duke Postgame Notes
North Carolina quarterback Mitch Trubisky became just the sixth player in UNC history to throw for 3,000 yards. He now ranks sixth in UNC single-season...

Video: Elijah Hood - A Bruising Balancing Act
Catch up with Elijah Hood during UNC's bye week as he talks about sharing the backfield with T.J. Logan, the Tar Heels' powerful offense, and...

Tommy Hatton Named ACC Offensive Lineman and Co-Rookie of the Week
Tommy Hatton, filling in for injured starter Caleb Peterson, graded out at 90 percent and did not allow a sack or a hit on the...

Turner's Take: Go Go Gadget Play
Bug Howard knew when he saw Virginia safety Quin Blanding creep forward that the play was going to work. T.J. Logan took the snap and...

Video: Tar Heels Get Tricky for the Touchdown at Virginia
After lining up in the Wildcat, T.J. Logan pitches to Ryan Switzer, who tosses it back to Mitch Trubisky, who finds Bug Howard for the...

Fast start pivotal for Carolina vs Miami
North Carolina thrives on an up-tempo offense that attacks opposing defenses early and often--something that will be especially important this week against Miami. The Hurricanes...

Turner's Take: Unmasked
This Tar Heel team realizes now that they can't just roll out the ball and expect to win, not without executing, without committing to the...

UNC running backs foster family bond
UNC’s running backs had just finished practice and were walking over to meet the media. This time, though, they opted to do something different. Someone...

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