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Video: Coach Charlton Warren Mic'd Up at Training Camp

Hear from North Carolina defensive backs coach Charlton Warren as he gets mic'd up during a training camp practice. View Video...

Fedora's weekly radio show returns

Larry Fedora's weekly UNC football radio show begins on Tuesday evening live from Top of the Hill. A weekly show hosted by UNC play-by-play man Jones Angell, Larry Fedora Live will start at 7:00 PM. It can heard on GoHeels.com and across the state on the Tar Heel Sports Radio Network. (Carolina Blue)

2016 ACC predictions: Clemson, North Carolina favored in respective divisions

The only offense in the ACC that might rival Clemson in terms of offensive weapons is North Carolina’s. Sure, Mitch Trubisky takes over at quarterback, but the Tar Heels aren’t worried. Trubisky has plenty of experience and has earned the respect of his teammates before he’s started a game. Plus, he’s got Elijah Hood in the backfield and a plethora of receivers. (ESPN.com)

North Carolina Football Game-by-Game Predictions for 2016

With a new athletics year upon us, all eyes in Chapel Hill are on Larry Fedora’s squad to see if the football team can build off of last year’s success. Can North Carolina follow up on last year’s breakthrough with another division title? Here is a game-by-game look at how Athlon Sports writers and contributors see the Tar Heels’ season playing out. (Athlon Sports)

5 questions heading into ACC football season

What does North Carolina do with tougher schedule? This season, UNC faces No. 18 Georgia in Week 1 and then visits Florida State on Oct. 1. North Carolina will also make a road trip to Miami two weeks later. The Tar Heels could have a better roster, but 11 victories will be tough to repeat. (Today's U)

Rams defensive lineman Quinton Coples produces after move inside

Quinton Coples is finding early success at a new position. The Rams moved the 6-foot-6, 290-pound Coples from end to tackle before the exhibition season began, and he made several significant plays against the Kansas City Chiefs. Coples made two tackles, including a sack, and forced two fumbles in the Rams’ 21-20 victory. (Los Angeles Times)

Opportunity knocks again for Bryn Renner

Bryn Renner thought about making himself eligible for the NFL Draft after his junior season at North Carolina but eventually returned for a senior campaign that was ultimately cut short by injury. Now, an injury to Steelers quarterback Dustin Vaughn has opened another door for Renner, who has been knocking on those around the NFL for the past two years. (Pittsburgh Steelers)

How has Elijah Hood improved as a player?

How are you better today than you were as late as the bowl game last year? Elijah Hood: "My understanding of the playbook is even better now. Last year I knew the running concepts and what I had to do on the pass but now I kind of expanded to the whole scheme of things. The way I read defenses is quicker now, way faster. That has slowed the game down." (Carolina Blue)

Video: UNC Football Training Camp Recap

Lee Pace and Taylor Vippolis discuss all phases of the game as North Carolina's 2016 training camp concludes. View Video...

UNC WR Bug Howard's Helping Hand

For three years, Bug Howard always had a veteran ahead of him on the depth chart. Someone to lean on, to look up to and to provide guidance, both on and off the field. Now he’s the veteran wide receiver helping out the younger players behind him. “When I was a young guy a lot of guys helped me,” Howard said. (Inside Carolina)

Tommy Hatton earning reps at guard, competing for starting role

Tommy Hatton came to North Carolina as the Tar Heels' second highest ranked recruit in the 2015 class, arriving with the reputation as a hard-nosed, aggressive interior lineman. He redshirted as a freshman. Now as the 2016 season looms, Hatton is in the middle of a hotly-contested competition for the starting right guard spot. (Carolina Blue)

How a Nerf football helped Lions WR Quinshad Davis develop his hands

James Davis took his young son outside the Berkeley Apartments in Gaffney, South Carolina, and made it clear: You want to learn to catch? OK, I’m going to throw the ball toward your face. Quinshad Davis was 4 years old at the time. But his dad's logic made sense. It was the best way to teach him fast. So when you now look at Davis’ hands, it all starts there. (ESPN.com)

Potential impact freshmen for UNC football in 2016

There used to be a time in college football where we waited two or three years to see a highly touted freshman take the field. No longer is that the case as freshmen play a larger role now than they have ever played before. Recruiting is not just about the future anymore, it also affects the present. Here are a few North Carolina freshmen to look out for this fall. (Tar Heel Blog)

Larry Fedora builds future beyond one breakthrough season

Optimism runs high in Chapel Hill as the Tar Heels prepare to open against Georgia in the Chick-fil-A Kickoff Game in the Bulldogs’ backyard. The ACC is counting on the Tar Heels to carry the conference banner against the SEC. This isn’t déjà vu all over again, to borrow from Yogi Berra. Instead of a bottom that is about to fall out, Larry Fedora has a foundation in place. (Today's U)

Connor Barth still battling for job with New Orleans Saints

The battle for the starting place kicker job on the New Orleans Saints did not get much clarity following the team’s second preseason game against the Houston Texans Saturday. While Connor Barth did not attempt a kick in the Saints’ preseason opener against New England, he connected on a 33-yard field goal on Saturday in a loss to the Texans. (Port City Daily)

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ACC Football Standings
Coastal DivisionACCOverall
(13) Miami7-210-3
(24) Virginia Tech5-39-4
Georgia Tech4-45-6
Pittsburgh3-55-7
Virginia3-56-7
Duke3-57-6
North Carolina1-73-9

Atlantic DivisionACCOverall
(4) Clemson8-112-2
(23) NC State6-29-4
Wake Forest4-48-5
Boston College4-47-6
Louisville4-48-5
Florida State3-57-6
Syracuse2-64-8


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