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Video: Wes Durham - I'm hopeful I can honor my dad by working

ACC Network play-by-play man Wes Durham talks with WRAL's Jeff Gravley about the life and legacy of his father, Woody Durham. The longtime voice of the Tar Heels, Woody Durham died overnight Wednesday at the age of 76. Read More...

New Looks in Facility and People as UNC's Spring Ball Opens

The Tar Heels opened spring football this week in Kenan Stadium and they will work for five weeks, culminating with the Blue-White Game on Saturday, April 14. Larry Fedora and staff have completed two weeks of Blue Dawn conditioning and will practice three times this week. They'll break March 10-18 for spring break and then return to the field. (UNC Lettermen)

Five Questions With Coach Paschall

UNC coach Larry Fedora announced the hiring of Luke Paschall to the Carolina football coaching staff in February. This is a welcomed return for Coach Paschall to Chapel Hill, after serving as a graduate assistant for Coach Fedora during the first two seasons of his tenure at North Carolina. "My relationship with Coach Fedora goes back to when I was here before." (GoHeels.com)

Chansky’s Notebook: Changes (Up) In The Air

North Carolina Football will have more than one new look in 2018. Funny thing about college football coaching staffs. They seem to turn over in the middle of the night without anyone outside of the program noticing. UNC has lost three assistant coaches off its 3-9 team last season, and only one of them – a big one, Gunter Brewer – made the light of day. (Chapelboro.com)

People across North Carolina loved Woody Durham. Here's how they're remembering him.

Longtime North Carolina Tar Heels radio play-by-play announcer Woody Durham died Tuesday evening in his Chapel Hill home. "It's ironic that Woody would pass away at the start of the postseason in college basketball because this was such a joyous time for him," UNC men's basketball coach Roy Williams said on Wednesday. (Durham Herald-Sun)

In sorrow, follow Woody's advice: Go where you go, and do what you do.

Go where you go, and do what you do. There's no better way to honor the spirit and memory of Woody Durham than to obey, at this moment of sorrow, his most cherished commandment of North Carolina fandom. He was, for four decades, the unifying voice of the Tar Heels, the Stanly County-tinged background sound to so many great moments in UNC history. (Charlotte Observer)

Lucas: A Tar Heel Voice

Long before Woody Durham was a Carolina icon, he was simply a Carolina fan. A younger version of Woody thrilled to the exploits of Choo Choo Justice and the 1957 national champion Tar Heel basketball team. The older version of Woody, the one known on a first-name basis around the state, never lost that sense of wonder, and that's why we bonded with him. (GoHeels.com)

Video: Woody Durham's Greatest Calls

As we learn of the sad news of legendary broadcaster Woody Durham's passing early Wednesday morning, March 7, 2018, re-live several of his more memorable moments on the microphone as Tar Heel memories were made. Read More...

Longtime UNC announcer Woody Durham dies at 76

Woody Durham, the beloved and iconic Hall of Fame voice of Carolina Basketball and Football for 40 years, died peacefully at home from complications from Primary Progressive Aphasia at 12:45 a.m. today. He was 76 years old. A 1963 graduate of UNC, Durham was the radio voice of the Tar Heels from 1971-2011, painting a vivid picture of Tar Heel legends for generations. (GoHeels.com)

UNC Spring Football, QB Competition Underway

Don’t expect Larry Fedora to announce a starting quarterback any time soon. UNC opened spring practice Sunday with the most significant question mark at quarterback, where three different players started with mixed results in 2017. Junior Nathan Elliott and sophomore Chazz Surratt are splitting snaps as the 2018 preseason gets underway. (Inside Carolina)

Tar Heels’ spring focus is on bounceback season

Spring football? It felt more like a late-October evening Tuesday when North Carolina finished up a spring football practice at Kenan Stadium. It was cool and rainy, but for UNC coach Larry Fedora it was time to work and improve, pushing 2017 behind them and looking to 2018. “We made some changes and some tweaks in some different areas,” Fedora said. (Charlotte Observer)

Gunter Brewer greets Mack Hollins on first day with Eagles

Gunter Brewer started his first day as wide receiver coach for the Philadelphia Eagles Tuesday, not long after word leaked he was leaving the University of North Carolina to take the Eagles job. Brewer coached plenty of talented wide receivers in his nearly three decades at the college ranks, one including Eagles second-year wide receiver Mack Hollins. (247 Sports)

Video: Sights and Sounds of UNC Football Spring Practice

It didn't feel like spring football. But as the rain poured and 40 degree temperatures chilled the players and coaching staff, the Tar Heels took the field Tuesday for spring football practice. Returning quarterbacks Nathan Elliott and Chazz Surratt practiced in front of a remade offensive coaching staff. New faces adjusted to playing in a North Carolina jersey as well. (Inside Carolina)

Eagles hire Gunter Brewer as new wide receivers coach: 5 things to know

The Eagles have hired North Carolina wide receivers coach Gunter Brewer as their new wide receiver coach. 1) Brewer has ties to the Eagles current roster, as he coached receiver Mack Hollins during the 2016 season at North Carolina. 2) The decision to hire Brewer is a sign of just how committed the Eagles are to making sure Hollins has an increased role next season. (NJ.com)

Mitch Trubisky looks to build on rookie season as Bears starter

The verdict is still out on Mitch Trubisky. The Bears believe Trubisky can thrive with better weapons, coaching and playcalling. However, Chicago won’t know for sure what it has in Trubisky until after the 2018 season. That’s just the reality of the situation. But there is no quarterback controversy in Chicago. Trubisky is the unquestioned starter entering his second season. (ESPN.com)

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Football Schedule at a Glance
Last Game:
North Carolina: 21
NC State: 33
Sat, Nov 25 Box Score

Upcoming Games:
UNC @ California
Sat, Sep 1, TBD

UNC @ East Carolina
Sat, Sep 8, TBD ABC, ESPN, ESPN2 or ESPNU

UNC vs. UCF
Sat, Sep 15, 12:00 ET

Full UNC Football Schedule

Radio Affiliates

ACC Football Standings
Coastal DivisionACCOverall
(13) Miami7-210-3
(24) Virginia Tech5-39-4
Georgia Tech4-45-6
Pittsburgh3-55-7
Virginia3-56-7
Duke3-57-6
North Carolina1-73-9

Atlantic DivisionACCOverall
(4) Clemson8-112-2
(23) NC State6-29-4
Wake Forest4-48-5
Boston College4-47-6
Louisville4-48-5
Florida State3-57-6
Syracuse2-64-8


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