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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...

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...

Countdown To Kickoff: Week 3
Each week leading into the opener, GoHeels TV is featuring free replays of key Tar Heel wins from recent seasons. This week, it's the...

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...

UNC Training Camp: Hood and Logan Bringing “Thunder and Lightning” to Chapel Hill
They haven’t earned any nicknames yet, but if they carry their excellent play from training camp into the regular season, that may change in the...

UNC needs its running backs to step up
When fall camp began, UNC assistant coach Seth Littrell made a promise to the team's tailbacks. This season the Tar Heels were going to run...

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...

Touted running backs compete for Tar Heels' job
Running backs for North Carolina are off and running in the preseason in a competition that appears to be going full speed. Perhaps Elijah Hood...

Video: UNC Football Media Day Offense Interviews
Elijah Hood, T.J. Logan, Quinshad Davis, and Ryan Switzer spoke with GoHeels at UNC Football Media Day on Wednesday, August 12th, 2015...

Tar Heels seek to bury last season’s bad team chemistry
UNC’s defensive line has been the most impressive position group during training camp, Larry Fedora said. That’s saying something, too, because those young men have...

T.J. Logan's Evolving Offensive Role
In North Carolina’s opening day of training camp, T.J. Logan started the session by working into drills with the wide receiving corps and not his...

Video: Williams, Turner, Logan Post Training Camp Interviews
Marquise Williams, Landon Turner, and T.J. Logan share their takes on the football team's opening practice of training camp on August 3, 2015...

Countdown UNC's 10 Best Players: #7 T.J. Logan
Now a junior, T.J. Logan is now the first string running back and should be prepared to carry a heavier load. Larry Fedora prefers the...

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...

Logan, Switzer On Hornung Award Watch List
The Louisville Sports Commission Monday named 44 multi-talented college football players to the 2015 Watch List for the Paul Hornung Award, and included in that...

ACC Football 2015 Pre-Season All-Conference Team
Athlon Sports released its predictions for the ACC last week. Now, it’s time to honor the top players in the league with its all-conference selections...

Ranking the ACC's Offensive Triplets for 2015
5. North Carolina: QB: Marquise Williams, RB: T.J. Logan, WR: Ryan Switzer; Under Larry Fedora’s watch, scoring points hasn’t been a problem for North Carolina...

Ranking the ACC's Running Backs for 2015
10. T.J. Logan, North Carolina, Junior: Logan emerged from a crowded backfield to lead North Carolina running backs with 119 carries last season. The North...

Q&A: North Carolina RB T.J. Logan
T.J. Logan led the North Carolina running backs with 582 yards last season, but his rushing touchdowns and yards per carry dropped from his freshman...

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