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Video: ICTV Austin Proehl Interview (Pt.1)

Catching up with junior wide receiver Austin Proehl as he shares his thoughts during the summer. In this first of two segments, Proehl discusses preparation during the summer and his relationship with his father, former Wake Forest and Carolina Panthers star receiver Ricky Proehl. (Inside Carolina)

Video: ICTV Austin Proehl Interview (Pt.2)

UNC junior receiver Austin Proehl finished the 2015 season with 12 receptions for 225 yards, including a 32-yard reception for a first down in the final regular-season victory at Virginia Tech and two receptions for 94 yards in the victory over Wake Forest. Proehl discusses transitioning to Mitch Trubisky as quarterback and what excites him about the offense. (Inside Carolina)

Ranking All 128 College Football Head Coaches for 2016

36. Larry Fedora delivered a breakout year in his fourth season in Chapel Hill. The Tar Heels finished 11-3, won the Coastal Division and finished No. 15 nationally in the Associated Press poll. The 11-win season was a huge boost for Fedora after 6-7 mark in 2014. Fedora has a solid 32-20 record over the last four years and has never finished below .500 in ACC play. (Athlon Sports)

Most Revered Name in Kenan Stadium History?

Charlie Justice was the most loved. Lawrence Taylor and Julius Peppers were the most feared. Dré Bly had the knack, Eric Ebron the smile and the stride and Chris Hanburger the scowl and the clothesline tackle. But behind the scenes, the most revered name in football over half a century in Chapel Hill was that of Morris Mason. (Kenan Journal)

Gene Chizik having fun again coaching football

There are two things immediately apparent about Gene Chizik when you visit him in his Carolina blue surroundings at UNC’s Kenan Football Complex. One, this is clearly a man who is relaxed and content with his current situation. And, two, he doesn’t mind telling it like it is. Both are likely a byproduct of the two years he spent outside the game he loves. (Dawg Nation)

Shaun Draughn Enjoying Newfound Stability with San Francisco 49ers

Eight different clubs appear on Shaun Draughn’s NFL transaction log. The focus for the running back is to make the most of his opportunity at destination No. 8 with the San Francisco 49ers. After joining the team on Nov. 2, Draughn rushed for 269 yards and totaled 175 receiving yards in seven games. “I think it was definitely a revitalization of my career." (San Francisco 49ers)

14 ACC Football Stats You Need to Know for 2016

16: Sacks allowed by North Carolina in 2015: Quarterback Marquise Williams is gone, but Mitch Trubisky takes over behind what should be one of the strongest offensive lines in the country. In 14 games last season, the Tar Heels, who return four starters up front, barely allowed over one sack per game. (Athlon Sports)

Laughs and competition: New Bern native Kevin Reddick conducts local camp

Kevin Reddick walked around the football field at New Bern High interacting with kids, coaching them and encouraging. At one point in his life, he was their age with big dreams and aspirations. Reddick uses his platform of playing in the National Football League to show youngsters that those goals can be achieved. (New Bern Sun Journal)

UNC could face depth issues at RB with Williams transferring

The Tar Heels boast one of the best running back units in the ACC. That unit took a hit this week with the news that sophomore ball-carrier Ty’Son Williams is transferring. The impact of Williams’ departure may not be immediate. A year down the road, though, UNC could end up extremely thin at the position, and Williams’ decision to leave could be felt then. (Today's U)

Want to write to Woody Durham? Here’s how

One of the things Woody Durham has enjoyed most after his retirement in 2011 is talking to ACC and UNC fans who remember his broadcasting days. If you would like to either send a card to Woody or email him with some of your own memories, you can do that in one of two ways. (Charlotte Observer)

Tar Heels Help Kick Off Summer Reading Program

Student-athletes at the UNC dedicate their summer to more than just summer school and training. On June 10, nearly 20 Tar Heels participated in the Chapel Hill Public Library Summer Challenge where they read to children and shared words of encouragement. M.J. Stewart stated how community outreach opportunities remind him that his role as a UNC student-athlete extends far past the field. (GoHeels.com)

Can UNC back up Marquise Williams' boast? Maybe

There’s something to be said for a little confidence, especially when you’re not in a position of having to back it up. So it’s admirable that now-former UNC quarterback Marquise Williams would go on record predicting big things for the Tar Heels this fall while pumping up his successor Mitch Trubisky. “He’s taking us to the ACC Championship.” (Wilmington Star News)

Kevin Reddick bringing NFL buddies to local football camp

Kevin Reddick, a member of the Buffalo Bills, is bringing back the Kevin Reddick Football Camp at New Bern High School on Saturday. Reddick will have former UNC teammates and current NFL players instruct with him: Quentin Coples (LA Rams), Kareem Martin (Arizona Cardinals), Eric Ebron (Detroit Lions), Tre Boston (Carolina Panthers) and Jabari Price (Minnesota Vikings). (New Bern Sun Journal)

Extra Points: Lucky Sevens

At 11:30 Thursday morning there are nine football games running concurrently on UNC's campus. Seven-on-Seven. What used to be 15 minutes of practice on every level from high school to the NFL has morphed into what’s almost a separate sport. And every year, teams come for one day of the Tar Heel Football Camp for the “Beast on the Hill” 7-on-7 tournament. (GoHeels.com)

UNC transferring tailback Ty’Son Williams reaches out to Gamecocks

Running back Ty’Son Williams is leaving UNC after one season, and South Carolina is among the schools he’s contacted to see if there’s any interest. Coach Brian Jackson, now the head coach at Lakewood but a former Crestwood assistant when Williams played there, said Thursday that Williams met with him to discuss his future. (The State)

Football Schedule at a Glance
Last Game:
North Carolina: 38
Baylor: 49
Tue, Dec 29 Box Score

Upcoming Games:
UNC vs. Georgia
Sat, Sep 3, 5:30 ET ESPN

UNC @ Illinois
Sat, Sep 10, 7:30 ET BTN

UNC vs. James Madison
Sat, Sep 17, 3:30 ET RSN

Full UNC Football Schedule

Radio Affiliates

ACC Football Standings
Coastal DivisionACCOverall
(15) North Carolina8-111-3
Pittsburgh6-28-4
Miami5-38-5
Duke4-48-5
Virginia Tech4-47-6
Virginia3-54-8
Georgia Tech1-73-9

Atlantic DivisionACCOverall
(2) Clemson9-014-1
(14) Florida State6-210-3
Louisville5-38-5
NC State3-57-6
Syracuse2-64-8
Wake Forest1-73-9
Boston College0-83-9

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