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Tre Boston ready to represent

As Carolina Panthers safety Tre Boston prepares for Super Bowl 50, he can’t help but think of his time at the University of North Carolina. The second-year pro said “it means a lot” for him to be able to represent the Tar Heels on the biggest stage in sports. “Going to North Carolina and still being in (the state) of North Carolina, I’m just trying to make the Tar Heels proud,” Boston said. (The Robesonian)

ACC Coastal: New coaches have cachet, but Tar Heels own Signing Day

Best class: North Carolina The defending division champions had seven of their players enroll early, with four-star tight end Garrett Walston from New Hanover (Wilmington, N.C.) joined by a crop of three stars. But the defense bulked up on Wednesday, with four players signing, led by three-star defensive end Allen Carter from Marietta, Ga.'s Mt. Paran Christian School, who picked the Tar Heels over Arkansas. (FOX Sports)

UNC football makes recruiting push in Charlotte

In Larry Fedora era, UNC has made it clear the the city of Charlotte is critical to their recruiting efforts. The Queen City area has the best talent in the state and in order for North Carolina to compete for championships year in and year out they have to get the top prospects from that region. (Carolina Blue)

Early 2016 ACC football forecast favors Clemson, UNC

In a seven-team division that features five returning starting quarterbacks, picking a team that lost the most dynamic player at that position in school history seems irrational. But Mitch Trubisky, the heir apparent to Marquise Williams at North Carolina, has played in 19 games and thrown 125 passes. (Daily Press)

Video: Super Proehl

North Carolina wide receiver Austin Proehl has a special connection to the Super Bowl thanks to his father, Ricky. View Video...

Three Tar Heels Prepare for Super Bowl 50

While Tre Boston and Sylvester Williams will be battling it out with opposing offenses in hopes of helping their team to a Super Bowl victory, a Tar Heel voice will be calling the action. Mick Mixon graduated from UNC in 1980 before spending more than a decade as the color analyst for the Tar Heel Sports Network. Mixon is now the play-by-play voice for the Carolina Panthers. (Chapelboro.com)

Audio: UNC Football Success Also Good For Rams Club

Brian Chacos is the director of sales and fan development at the Rams Club and himself a former Tar Heel; he says the team’s success in 2015 has the fan base as excited as he’s ever seen. Chacos joined Aaron Keck on WCHL this week. (Chapelboro.com)

Lawrence Taylor named to "Super Bowl 50 Golden Team"

Giants great Lawrence Taylor is the franchise’s lone representative on the roster as he and fellow Hall of Famer Jack Ham of the 1970s Steelers dynasty are listed as the two outside linebackers. Taylor, who is the last defensive player to earn MVP honors, picked up the award in 1986, the season the Giants went on to claim their first Lombardi Trophy. (New York Giants)

With 11 wins and no NCAA concern, North Carolina turning recruiting corner

Larry Fedora experienced a couple of “firsts” at North Carolina on signing day. To start, the Tar Heels left the fax machine languish in the storage closet. There was no use for the antiquated device that’s become obsolete just about everywhere but the college football domain. All of the school's letters of intent were received via text message. (ESPN.com)

UNC's Offensive Staff Plan TBD

Larry Fedora said he will be move involved in the Tar Heels' play-calling not long after announcing Chris Kapilovic’s promotion to offensive coordinator on Wednesday. The details on how the staff collaboration will come together have yet to be worked out. “I’m going to be more involved in the play-calling than I have been since I’ve been here,” Fedora said on Signing Day. (Inside Carolina)

Giants WR Hakeem Nicks sending water bottles to Flint

New York Giants wide receiver Hakeem Nicks is sending 17,000 bottles of water to a church in Flint, Mich. The water bottles will be distributed to locals in the area affected by contaminated water in the public system. Corrosive water from the Flint River has leached lead from the city’s aging pipeline, leading to a dangerous level of the toxic element in the water. (Sports Illustrated)

UNC football continues to make recruiting inroads in Northern Virginia, Maryland under Larry Fedora

In Fedora’s four recruiting classes since he took over in Chapel Hill in 2012, North Carolina has signed 10 Washington, D.C. area players. Virginia and Virginia Tech, which have long tapped Northern Virginia for talent, each have 11 signees in that span. The trend began in 2014, when four local standouts pledged to join the Tar Heels, led by All-Met defensive back M.J. Stewart (Yorktown) and All-Met quarterback Caleb Henderson (Lake Braddock). (Washington Post)

UNC coach Larry Fedora: NCAA cloud has dissipated and people are tired of it

During his national signing day press conference last year, in February 2015, North Carolina coach Larry Fedora sounded exasperated by the continued uncertainty surrounding the long-running NCAA infractions case at UNC. He said then that he and his staff had to address questions about the case “on a daily basis.” (Charlotte Observer)

UNC Football Spring Game Set For April 16

North Carolina's annual Spring Football Game will be held Saturday, April 16, at 3 p.m. at Kenan Stadium. Admission is free. The Tar Heels had a season to remember in 2015, going 11-1 in the regular season, playing in the ACC Championship Game and finishing No. 15 in both Top 25 polls. (GoHeels.com)

UNC Football: Fedora and Chizik No Longer Selling Hope

UNC head football coach Larry Fedora announced Wednesday, on National Signing Day, the addition of 19 new recruits. Fedora—fresh off an 11-win season and a contract extension—used this season’s success to help bring in the first full recruiting class of his five-year tenure in Chapel Hill. (Chapelboro.com)

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Football Schedule at a Glance
Last Game:
North Carolina: 23
Stanford: 25
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Kent State0
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California0
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Bethune-Cookman0
at #18 Miami0
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Youngstown State0
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NC State0
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William & Mary0
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North Carolina Central0
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#17 Louisville0
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#3 Florida State0
at #1 Alabama0
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#20 West Virginia0
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#24 Tennessee0
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(21) Virginia Tech0-00-0
Georgia Tech0-00-0
Pittsburgh0-00-0
North Carolina0-00-0
Virginia0-00-0
Duke0-00-0

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