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Video: Marquise Williams - 'It was a great time'

Hear from rookie QB Marquise Williams as he spoke to the media following Friday's game against the Browns. (Green Bay Packers)

Audio: Bunting - Dooley "is a legend"

Former UNC football player and coach, John Bunting, joins Adam Gold and Joe Ovies of Raleigh sports talk station 99.9 The Fan to lament the passing of Bill Dooley. (WRAL Sports Fan)

Brandon Fritts can be another valuable option for UNC football

UNC tight end Brandon Fritts enters his sophomore season after one redshirt year and a promising freshman year. With all the talk about other areas of the offense, it has been easy to forget that UNC and Larry Fedora have another potential playmaker in Fritts. He has the size to excel at blocking and contribute as a consistent weapon in the red-zone. (Tar Heel Blog)

UNC Offensive Staff Sharing Play-Calling Duties

The inner workings of No. 20 North Carolina’s offensive play-calling have been a bit of a mystery ever since Seth Littrell left for North Texas in December. With three weeks left until the season opener against No. 16 Georgia, offensive coordinator Chris Kapilovic maintains that a coordinated approach will best serve the Tar Heels’ explosive offense. (Inside Carolina)

Bill Dooley remembered as a 'maker of men'

What Rich Fox remembers most is the tears. Tears in his eyes — and those of his Virginia Tech teammates — as the players ran on the football field on Saturdays, their emotions stirred by Bill Dooley’s perfect locker room words. Some coaches can come up with a good inspirational speech once a year; Dooley seemed to be able to do it every week. (Roanoke Times)

Mitch Trubisky and Ryan Switzer: UNC Football’s Odd Couple

Just over a week into UNC football’s preseason training camp for 2016, new starting quarterback Mitch Trubisky and star wide receiver Ryan Switzer have been training hard to perfect their craft for the 2016 season. The same applies off the field as well, however, as the longtime roommates have developed a relationship that extends far beyond football. (Chapelboro.com)

UNC vs. Georgia uniforms are set

The uniform combinations for the Chick fil-a Kickoff between North Carolina and Georgia game are set. UNC will wear Carolina blue tops and white bottoms, while the Bulldogs will wear their standard red tops and gray pants. UNC begins the 2016 season on Saturday, Sept. 3rd against Georgia in Atlanta. The game kicks off at 5:30 PM and can be seen on ESPN. (Carolina Blue)

Beers and stories with Bill Dooley

When he retired from coaching and settled into retirement in Wrightsville Beach, on the North Carolina coast, he originated and developed the Tri-Cities chapter of the National Football Foundation, which one year overtook the Athens-UGA chapter as the No. 1 chapter in the country. That chapter is now known as the “Bill Dooley” chapter. (Online Athens)

SI's 2016 preseason college football Top 25 rankings

22. North Carolina Larry Fedora has high hopes for new starting quarterback Mitch Trubisky, a fourth-year junior who knows the Heels’ offense inside and out. The replacement for the departed Marquise Williams joins returning playmakers like wideout Ryan Switzer, back Elijah Hood and an experienced offensive line from the ACC’s top-scoring unit (40.7 points per game) in 2015. (Sports Illustrated)

UNC's Right Guard Competition 'Fluid'

Redshirt freshman Tommy Hatton joins fourth-year juniors Brad Henson and R.J. Prince as the trio of offensive linemen looking to fill the massive load left by former All-ACC standout Landon Turner. Senior utility lineman John Ferranto had secured the starting spot at right guard coming out of spring ball before suffering a season-ending pectoral tear in July. (Inside Carolina)

Fedora, Tar Heels aim to repeat as ACC division champion

North Carolina coach Larry Fedora spent the past two seasons saying it was time for his Tar Heels to compete for an Atlantic Coast Conference division title. Now that his Tar Heels have won one, the next step is winning an ACC championship and topping a season in which his team matched a program record for wins. "You can't do it every once in a while," Fedora said,. (Associated Press)

Turner's Take: X's, O's And Whys

"If you know the whys," safety Donnie Miles said, "you understand, if I don't hit this gap, how it messes up the defense, how it affects the other person. If I'm not doing my job as a safety, the corner can't use me as his help." That depth of knowledge is essential if North Carolina's defense is to take another step forward in 2016. (GoHeels.com)

How Bill Dooley Rebuilt A Program

Bill Dooley came to Chapel Hill in 1967 and rebuilt a football program that had sputtered since the Charlie Justice teams of the late 1940s. The Tar Heels had been to only one bowl game since 1949 when Dooley arrived on campus. He knew the program was in bad shape when he took the job and he started making changes in a hurry. (GoHeels.com)

Video: UNC Football 2016 Position Breakdowns - Tight Ends

Coach Chad Scott takes us through a handful of Tar Heels that could line up at tight end for North Carolina this season. View Video...

Top College Football Coaches Ever: No. 48 Mack Brown

48. Mack Brown While his career started off slowly, Brown had three 10-win seasons at North Carolina -- after he left, it took 18 years for UNC to finish in the top 25 again -- then immediately coached a Heisman winner, Ricky Williams, at Texas in 1998. (Sports on Earth)

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ACC Football Scoreboard
#2 Miami14
at Pittsburgh24
FINAL

#25 Virginia Tech3
at Virginia0
7:15 IN 2ND

#7 Georgia0
at Georgia Tech0
Saturday 12:00 PM

Florida State0
at Florida0
Saturday 12:00 PM

Louisville0
at Kentucky0
Saturday 12:00 PM

Boston College0
at Syracuse0
Saturday 12:20 PM

Duke0
at Wake Forest0
Saturday 12:30 PM

North Carolina0
at NC State0
Saturday 3:30 PM

#3 Clemson0
at South Carolina0
Saturday 7:30 PM

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ACC Football Standings
Coastal DivisionACCOverall
(2) Miami7-110-1
(24) Virginia Tech4-38-3
Georgia Tech4-45-5
Virginia3-46-5
Pittsburgh3-55-7
Duke2-55-6
North Carolina1-63-8

Atlantic DivisionACCOverall
(4) Clemson7-110-1
NC State5-27-4
Wake Forest4-37-4
Louisville4-47-4
Boston College3-46-5
Florida State3-54-6
Syracuse2-54-7


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