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Funeral held for Dr. Daniel “Danny” Lotz

A funeral was held Sunday for former UNC basketball player Danny Lotz, who was a member of the 1957 Championship team and the son-in-law of the Rev. Billy Graham. The speakers at the service, which hundreds attended on Sunday, included some former basketball teammates and several family members, including his three granddaughters — the youngest of which sang “Amazing Grace.” (WNCN)

Big opening game for Gamecocks, Tar Heels and the ‘real Carolina’

One football game won’t settle the argument about which Carolina has the best barbecue. But the South Carolina-North Carolina football game Thursday night in Charlotte doubles as one of the most important openers in Steve Spurrier’s tenure with the Gamecocks and the biggest non-conference game in Larry Fedora’s four years with the Tar Heels. (Charleston Post & Courier)

UNC's seniors excited to leave legacy

Experience breeds confidence, enables you to learn from mistakes, and figure out the right way to do things. The 2015 UNC football team does have proven talent, but beyond that, it has a wealth of experience. This season's one-deep depth chart (based on practice observations) boasts seven starting seniors and many more who will big big contributors. (Carolina Blue)

Kevin Reddick Waived by Panthers

The Carolina Panthers began the process of reducing their roster to 75 by parting ways with eight players Sunday. Five undrafted rookies along with linebacker Kevin Reddick and recently added veteran tight end Dallas Walker were waived, and offensive tackle Tony Hills was terminated/vested veteran. (Carolina Panthers)

South Carolina Depth Chart vs North Carolina

Here's how the South Carolina Gamecocks will line up against North Carolina when the teams face off on Thursday night in Charlotte's Bank of America Stadium. (247 Sports)

Fedora Embraces Lettermen of All Eras

Tar Heel coach Larry Fedora was asked about involving former players and Lettermen in his Carolina program: “When you go to college, that ought to be the best experience you’ve had in your life. You want those guys to come back. When they step foot on that campus, all those memories start flowing. It’s a good feeling." (UNC Lettermen)

Julius Peppers made quite an impact last season with Packers

Throughout his career, Julius Peppers has heard the critics say that he could be more this, that and the other. An athletic marvel and, in the loose vocabulary of NFL personnel people, a physical freak, Peppers understands just how blessed he has been. Quickly, however, he maintains that he hasn't cut any corners or taken the easy way out in a career that will stretch to 14 seasons in 2015. (Milwaukee Journal Sentinel)

Tar Heels' Switzer looks to emerge from quiet time

North Carolina junior Ryan Switzer insists he has found peace. But will he uncover more space with the football this season? The dynamic punt returner — and reliable receiver, as it turns out — is taking a more calculated and less boisterous approach to the season than he did a year ago. He doesn’t need the spotlight, he said. (Burlington Times News)

Connor Barth kicked it in the country with Chase Rice

Life of an NFL player? Not too shabby. Life of a country music star? Connor Barth sought to find out. On a break with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Barth hopped on a bus. It was his friend's bus, but not just any bus, and not just any friend. This friend - his college roommate - is Chase Rice. - Yes, that Chase Rice. "Ready Set Roll" Chase Rice. Touring-with-Kenny Chesney Chase Rice. (Colorado Springs Gazette)

Quinshad Davis looking for breakout year, as are Tar Heels

As the Tar Heels prepare for Thursday’s opener against South Carolina in Charlotte – even closer to Quinshad Davis’ hometown of Gaffney, S.C. – Davis begins his senior season still looking to get back to the level of productivity he had as a freshman despite his considerable improvement as a receiver. “Smarter, bigger, stronger, faster – all of that,” Davis joked. (Charlotte Observer)

Interactive graphic: ACC football preview

The North Carolina football team will face some stiff competition in the Atlantic Coast Conference this season. Here is a look at the other 13 teams in the conference and how they could perform in 2015. (Daily Tar Heel)

Gene Chizik finds ‘karma’ in fresh start at UNC

Gene Chizik, the Tar Heels' defensive coordinator, never figured coaching would take him back to the state where his father grew up in the mountains, in Asheville, in the same school halls and on the same fields as the Justice boys. A long time ago Chizik's father, Gene Chizik Sr., became close friends with Charlie Justice, who remains one of UNC's most beloved athletes, and his brother Bill. (Charlotte Observer)

No weight too heavy for defensive end Junior Gnonkonde

It’s August 2008, and a plane lands in San Francisco. A boy gets out, stretches. It’s a long flight from Abidjan, a big city in Ivory Coast. They came to play basketball. Junior Gnonkonde is still 14 and rail thin. He’ll need to start lifting soon, but Junior already knows about strength. A karate background, growing up the second-youngest of eight kids — the first step of lifting is being mentally set. (Daily Tar Heel)

Q&A with UNC linebacker coach John Papuchis

John Papuchis: "Shortly after Coach (Gene) Chizik got hired here we had some contact—he reached out about a possible interest in coming here. At the time there were a couple options I was wading through. After talking to him, and knowing Coach (Larry) Fedora and what he’s all about as a man and a football coach, it became pretty obvious that this was a great opportunity for me and my family." (Inside Carolina)

Tar Heel linebackers play integral role on defense

Three of them walk onto the field. A leader, a jester and an underdog. Together they form the North Carolina starting linebacker corps. Easily recognizable because of his flowing blonde hair, senior Jeff Schoettmer is the leader. In 2014, the former walk-on finished second on the team in tackles and had two interceptions, both of which he returned for touchdowns. (Daily Tar Heel)

Football Schedule at a Glance
Last Game:
North Carolina: 35
Virginia: 14
Sat, Oct 22 Box Score

Upcoming Games:
UNC vs. Georgia Tech
Sat, Nov 5, TBD Tickets

UNC @ Duke
Thu, Nov 10, 7:30 ET ESPN Tickets

UNC vs. The Citadel
Sat, Nov 19, TBD Tickets

Full UNC Football Schedule

Radio Affiliates

ACC Football Scoreboard
Virginia Tech0
at Pittsburgh0
THU, OCT 27 7:00 PM ET
at Virginia0
SAT, OCT 29 12:00 PM ET
at Georgia Tech0
SAT, OCT 29 12:00 PM ET
Boston College0
at NC State0
SAT, OCT 29 12:30 PM ET
at Wake Forest0
SAT, OCT 29 3:30 PM ET
at Notre Dame0
SAT, OCT 29 3:30 PM ET
at Florida State0
SAT, OCT 29 8:00 PM ET
Live scores provided via data feed and may be delayed by a couple of minutes

ACC Football Standings
Coastal DivisionACCOverall
(21) North Carolina4-16-2
(25) Virginia Tech3-15-2
Georgia Tech1-34-3

Atlantic DivisionACCOverall
(3) Clemson4-07-0
(5) Louisville4-16-1
(12) Florida State2-25-2
Wake Forest2-25-2
NC State1-24-3
Boston College0-43-4

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