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Spurrier and the North Carolina Job? We’ll Never Know

The 2004 season began poorly for UNC in Bunting’s fourth year as coach-at one point the Tar Heels were 3-4 and appeared headed for a third straight losing season. Key people in Chapel Hill began to put out feelers for a new coach. I am told Spurrier was interested. (WRAL Sports Fan)

Preview: Wake Forest Demon Deacons vs. North Carolina Tar Heels

Quarterback Marquise Williams is not a gifted passer, but can be a terror if he gets in the open field. He is completing 63.1% of his passes on the year, but he is averaging a whopping 7.86 yards/carry. He's actually averaging more yards per carry than yards per passing attempt. Against Georgia Tech, he completed just 54% of his passes, but ran for 148 yards on just 15 attempts. (Blogger So Dear)

Two from UNC football team charged with assault

Two UNC football players were charged with assault Thursday night and suspended from the team for their role in an incident at a Franklin Street apartment in the wee hours of Oct. 4. Sophomore cornerback M.J. Stewart Jr., 20, of Arlington, Va. and freshman Michael Hughes, 18, a cornerback from New Bern, are linked to what the incident report describes as a forcible attack. (WRAL Sports Fan)

Tale of the Tape: UNC-Wake Forest

Statistically, this will be a strength-on-strength battle when UNC is on offense facing the Demon Deacon defense. Wake Forest is ranked 15th in yards per game allowed and 36th in yards per play allowed. The best defense UNC has seen to date is Illinois which is 32nd and 28th respectively. The Demon Deacons have held teams to fewer than four yards per rushing attempt and 6.6 yards per pass attempt. (Tar Heel Blog)

UNC vs Wake Forest: Preview and Prediction

Wake Forest played Florida State tough and they have a pretty formidable defense of their own. But North Carolina is averaging 38.6 points per game and their defense has improved mightily under Gene Chizik. The final score will be respectable, but this will be a very comfortable North Carolina win. Prediction: North Carolina 31, Wake Forest 17 (Athlon Sports)

Wake hopes defense travels to battle explosive UNC offense

The Wake Forest Demon Deacons hope that the old adage that defense travels will ring true again Saturday, when the take on the North Carolina Tar Heels Saturday at Kenan Stadium. The Deacons (3-3, 1-2 ACC) come into Saturday's game on the heels of a 3-0 shutout win at Boston College last week. (WCNC)

Wake Forest vs. North Carolina: How the Deacs Can Beat the Tar Heels

The Wake Forest Demon Deacons head to Chapel Hill this Saturday to take on the North Carolina Tar Heels. The Deacs are coming off of a 3-0 road victory over Boston College, while the Tar Heels were idle last week. The Vegas prognosticators had an opening line of Carolina -13.5, but the Heels are now favored by 17 points. What can this Wake Forest team do to beat the Tar Heels and move to 2-2 in the ACC? (Blogger So Dear)

UNC Injury Report: Wake Forest

Call this the injury to the insult of the two suspended cornerbacks. UNC has three defensive linemen in the injury report. True freshman Aaron Crawford is out for the season, Nazair Jones will miss the game with a leg injury and Tyler Powell is doubtful. The attrition among the defensive front four has Larry Fedora considering burning Jalen Dalton's redshirt after five games. (Tar Heel Blog)

UNC's M.J. Stewart, Mike Hughes suspended indefinitely

North Carolina sophomore cornerback M.J. Stewart and freshman cornerback Mike Hughes have been suspended indefinitely from football team-related activities for a violation of team rules related to an incident that occurred Sunday, Oct. 4, in Chapel Hill. Neither Stewart nor Hughes will play in Saturday’s game vs. Wake Forest. (Tar Heel Blog)

Video: All-Access Georgia Tech Week with Landon Turner

Go behind the scenes with Tar Heel football like never before as you spend the week with All-America, Outland Trophy candidate, and senior Landon Turner as the Heels prepared for an ACC Coastal Division tilt at Georgia Tech. See all the sweat, dedication and sacrifice it takes to be one of the best offensive linemen in all of college football. View Video...

Jalen Dalton expected to play Saturday

Jalen Dalton arrived at UNC in January as the Tar Heels' top rated recruit in the 2015 class. The then 6-foot-6, 235-pound defensive end was ranked as the No. 3 weak-side defensive end in the nation and the No. 2 overall prospect in the state of North Carolina. On Saturday against Wake Forest Dalton is expected to get his first live games reps on the defensive line. (Carolina Blue)

Uniforms set for Wake Forest

The rumors that UNC would be wearing black for their Saturday night game against Wake Forest seem to be put to bed....for now. Larry Fedora refuted the idea that the Heels would be wearing their all-black uniforms on his Tuesday radio show, citing that the Demon Deacons use black as one of their main colors. (Carolina Blue)

UNC vs Wake Forest: Six Storylines

Two longtime ACC foes meet on Saturday as Wake Forest travels to Chapel Hill to face North Carolina. Both teams have momentum and are coming off wins. UNC has won four straight heading into Saturday’s game while Wake Forest, sitting at 3-3, comes off a win against Boston College and a close battle with Florida State. We looked at six key storylines for Saturday’s game. (Carolina Blue)

Marquise Williams and UNC find strength through adversity

Marquise Williams rebounded from the loss to South Carolina, accounting for 10 touchdowns in his last four games with just one interception. The Tar Heels bounced back, too. They’ve won four straight, including a dramatic come-from-behind win over Georgia Tech two weeks ago. Suddenly the team that looked dead on arrival -- and the QB responsible for those early struggles -- had new life. (ESPN.com)

Turner's Take: The 2015 Football Team

Head coach Larry Fedora is concerned with the North Carolina football team that is 4-1 in 2015, not any previous team, and not any streak, skid or supposed curse. Reminded two weeks ago that UNC had not defeated Georgia Tech in Atlanta since 1997, Fedora responded, “The 2015 team hasn’t ever lost in Atlanta, and they haven’t lost in Chapel Hill." (GoHeels.com)

Football Schedule at a Glance
Last Game:
North Carolina: 23
Stanford: 25
Fri, Dec 30 Box Score

Full UNC Football Schedule

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ACC Football Standings
Coastal DivisionACCOverall
(16) Virginia Tech6-310-4
North Carolina5-38-5
(20) Miami5-39-4
Georgia Tech4-49-4

Atlantic DivisionACCOverall
(1) Clemson8-114-1
(21) Louisville7-19-4
(8) Florida State5-310-3
NC State3-57-6
Wake Forest3-57-6
Boston College2-67-6

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