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Sunday Storylines: The Bell Tolls
Duke was consistently getting to the second and third levels of the Tar Heel defense (they ran the ball 53 times for 234 yards). Carolina's...

Tar Heels release their 2-deep roster
With nine starters back, there isn't much room for new blood on North Carolina's defense. Junior Da'Norris Searcy will step into departed senior Trimane Goddard's...

Ranking the ACC units: Defensive backs
5. North Carolina -- The Tar Heels return three of four starters in the defensive backfield, including Kendric Burney, but the loss of three-year starter...

Ranking ACC Units: Defensive Backs
3) North Carolina Tar Heels: The Tar Heels Kendric Burney is one of the top returning corner backs in the ACC. Safety Denuta Williams suffered...

Trimane Goddard getting tryout with New York Giants
Though he was disappointed that he didn’t get selected in last weekend’s NFL Draft, former UNC star Trimane Goddard, a 5-11, 198-pound safety, will have...

Trimane Goddard will be waiting for the call
The NFL will hold the first two rounds of its draft today in New York, but safety Trimane Goddard will be more concerned with what...

NFL Pro Timing Day In Chapel Hill
Pro Timing Day is Carolina's version of the NFL Combine. Five Tar Heels were invited to the Combine, including Hakeem Nicks, Brooks Foster, Brandon Tate,...

Everett Withers, Part V: Path to Improvement
When analysts dissect North Carolina’s defensive personnel for next season – the Tar Heels lose only safety Trimane Goddard and linebacker Mark Paschal from 2008...

Heels thinking 'W'
North Carolina's players and coaches have talked for years about getting to the postseason. Now that they've made it, and will play West Virginia in...

Goddard has been Defensive Stalwart
Fifth-year senior Trimane Goddard has overcome a string of injuries during his career to have his finest season in 2008. He is tied with three...

All-American Playmaker
The Meineke Car Care Bowl may end up as a pick ‘em contest, meaning that not even Vegas is confident which team will emerge victorious...

Trimane Goddard Named 2nd Team All-America
UNC safety Trimane Goddard has been named to the 2008 Walter Camp All-America second team. The Walter Camp team is the oldest All-America squad in...

Seven Tar Heels On 2008 All-ACC Football Teams
Seven North Carolina football players have been named to the 2008 All-Atlantic Coast Conference team as selected by the Atlantic Coast Sports Media Association (ACSMA)...

UNC tops Duke 28-20 behind Yates' 3 TDs
T.J. Yates finally won again as a starter, thanks to the defensive back who has become North Carolina's top finisher. Yates was nearly perfect in...

Trimane Goddard's late interception seals win for UNC
North Carolina needed to stop another late drive near its end zone yesterday, and Trimane Goddard came through to seal a 28-20 victory over Duke...

North Carolina Wins Thriller Against Duke 28-20
A near-perfect T.J. Yates threw three touchdown passes, and Trimane Goddard intercepted a pass in the closing seconds to seal North Carolina's 28-20 victory over...

Trimane Goddard Named Thorpe Award Semifinalist
University of North Carolina safety Trimane Goddard has been named a semifinalist for the 2008 Jim Thorpe Award, which is given annually to the nation's...

Lucas: The Right To Be Rude
Trimane Goddard thinks his last touchdown came in high school, but it doesn't matter anymore. Now, he's a full-fledged, touchdown-scoring member of one of...

Heels bowl over No. 23 BC
Hakeem Nicks and UNC's secondary wouldn't let UNC lose two straight games for the first time this season. Nicks scored four touchdowns and the Tar...

Tar Heels Beat No. 23 Boston College, 45-24
Hakeem Nicks had three second-quarter touchdown catches and ran for a score in the fourth quarter to help North Carolina beat No. 23 Boston College...

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