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Travis Riley, Miller Snyder no longer on UNC football team
A UNC official confirmed to Inside Carolina that both Travis Riley and Miller Snyder are no longer on the football team. Both had been battling...

UNC keeping injuries a mystery
North Carolina is staying with their trend of keeping injury reports to a bare minimum. In their release Thursday, there were six names listed as...

Travis Riley Out for the Season
Red-shirt freshman running back Travis Riley suffered a right knee injury during North Carolina’s victory over Idaho on Saturday and will miss the remainder of...

ACC Rankings: Tailback
10 – North Carolina – The Tar Heels lost most of their rushing yardage from a year ago and will rely on senior Ryan Houston...

ACC team position rankings: Running Backs
9. North Carolina: The Tar Heels have to replace three tailbacks who accounted for 96 percent of their rushing last year. Ryan Houston is back...

Hunter Furr fighting for a spot
With UNC losing Shaun Draughn, Anthony Elzy, and Johnny White from the Tar Heel offensive backfield, there’s little doubt that somebody is going to have...

Eric Ebron Journal: 'I’m Licking My Chops'
Last Wednesday, I attended my first spring practice of the year with my mom. It felt good to be back at North Carolina. It was...

Travis Riley gets UNC career under way
Travis Riley could be enjoying his final months of senior year at A.L. Brown with the rest of his classmates and friends. Instead, the former...

Butch Davis, five early-enrollees to speak at UNC Signing Day press conference
North Carolina football will hold its annual Signing Day Press Conference Wednesday, Feb. 2, at 3:30 pm. Butch Davis will address the media at 3:30...

T.J. Thorpe gets a head start on UNC career
UNC has five new football players, as former Jordan High star T.J. Thorpe leads a group of recruits who started class Monday with the rest...

Carolina Welcomes Five January Enrollees
UNC coach Butch Davis welcomed five incoming student-athletes to the Tar Heel football program Monday, including four freshmen and one junior college transfer. Freshmen Marquise...

January football enrollees begin classes at UNC
Five members of North Carolina's 2011 football recruiting class began their college football careers on Monday as each player attended their first day of classes...

Shrine Bowl: Final wrap
Best group of commits: North Carolina; The Tar Heels had the best group of commits at the Shrine Bowl with Devonte Brown, tight end Eric...

Travis Riley a late addition to Shrine Bowl
North Carolina commitment Travis Riley was a late addition to the Shrine Bowl roster and is big and quick. The 6-foot, 210-pounder from Kannapolis (N.C.)...

ACC football recruiting update
Perhaps no coach has done a better job given the circumstances than what Butch Davis has done at North Carolina. Through all the turmoil off...

Tar Heel Prep Update
The number of in-state players committed to North Carolina remaining in the state playoffs has dwindled considerably over the past few weeks, and did again...

Nothing finer than Carolina prospects
The Tar Heels' tumultuous fall has not hurt in-state recruiting, thus far. UNC still holds the No. 12 overall class that features 10 homegrown commitments...

Top Friday Night Football Performances: October 29th
2011 3-star RB commit Travis Riley rushed 11 times for 59 yards in his return from a knee injury. 2011 3-star tight end target...

Travis Riley targeting injury comeback date
With running back Travis Riley targeting Oct. 29 as the date for his comeback from knee and leg injuries, the Wonders could be a real...

Don't know Travis Riley? Better ask somebody
Travis Riley has a rare blend of speed and size and is probably the best college prospect to come out of Brown since Nick Maddox...

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