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Video: Meet the Heels - Larry Fedora Press Conference

Tar Heel head football coach Larry Fedora spoke with the media before Meet The Heels on Saturday. View Video...

Video: Meet The Heels Interviews - Defense

Jeff Schoettmer, Justin Thomason, and Dominique Green spoke about the start of training camp before Meet The Heels. View Video...

Video: Meet The Heels Interviews - Offense

Marquise Williams, Mitch Trubisky, Jack Tabb, Landon Turner, and Ryan Switzer spoke about the start of training camp before Meet The Heels. View Video...

UNC's Secondary Standouts

While it’s typically quite simple to isolate a most improved player within a particular position group, that’s not the case when it comes to North Carolina’s secondary. Seven different defensive backs were praised for their efforts during player interviews at UNC’s media day on Saturday. “Malik Simmons is doing a great job this year,” Ryan Switzer said. (Inside Carolina)

Fedora Looking for Production at QB

Quarterbacks Marquise Williams and Mitch Trubisky alternated days working with the ones during spring practice. That rotation pattern has continued into UNC’s first two days of training camp. Williams, who posted a 4-2 record in six starts last season, took the first-team snaps on Friday, while Trubisky, a red-shirt freshman, took the reps with the ones on Saturday morning. (Inside Carolina)

Why slimmer Jets LB Quinton Coples could have 'a monster year'

It started with the things he took away. No cheese, bread or what he calls “white sauces,” like mayonnaise or Caesar dressing. He replaced beef and pork with chicken and fish. “Don’t eat any of those, and you can lose five pounds easy,” said Quinton Coples, in his second year as the Jets’ rush outside linebacker. (Newark Star-Ledger)

Tar Heels hit the field; Meet fans today

North Carolina's annual "Meet the Heels" event today from 4-6 p.m. at Kenan Stadium will give fans their first chance to interact with the new additions to the Tar Heels. The most sought-after newcomer will likely be Charlotte running back Elijah Hood, widely regarded as the state's top recruit in the Class of 2014. (Durham Herald-Sun)

Vikings seventh-round pick Jabari Price turning heads

Cornerback Jabari Price, a seventh-round pick by the Vikings in May, is impressing some important people at training camp, including coach Mike Zimmer, who broke into the NFL 20 years ago as defensive backs coach. "That's good to see any time you can hit on a seventh-round corner," Zimmer said. "That's huge. We don't know if we've got a hit yet, but he's doing a good job." (St. Paul Pioneer Press)

Shaun Draughn takes reps with Bears first team

The Chicago Bears have plenty of talented running backs in their camp this season, but one guy in particular stood out in their workout Thursday, and that’s third year pro Shaun Draughn. Draughn, whose 6-foot, 205 pound frame has to make Marc Trestman give him a serious look as a change of pace back, took a lot of reps with the first and second team during practice Thursday, and he looked excellent doing it. (NBC Chicago)

Video: UNC Football Training Camp Kicks Off - 2014

The Tar Heels kicked off the first day of training camp for the 2014 football season on August 1st. Head coach Larry Fedora broke down the first day of practice. View Video...

Tar Heels Begin Quest For Coastal Supremacy

It felt more like late September than the start of fall camp, but the Tar Heels hit Navy Field on Friday morning inspired, focused and ready to take on a challenging slate that is loaded with opportunities. With damp turf, a gray sky and temperatures pleasant enough that sweat didn't even grace the brows of overweight scribes, the Tar Heels got right to it as soon as the clock hit 9:50 this morning. (Tar Heel Illustrated)

Turner's Take: Opening Day

The Tar Heels were on the field for the first of 20 scheduled practices on Friday. Larry Fedora, complete with sunglasses and visor, stalked the field to oversee his charges. The Tar Heels are in their third year under Fedora, and every player on the roster was either recruited and signed by his staff or has two seasons and three springs in his fast-paced no-huddle offense and 4-2-5 defense under their belts. (GoHeels.com)

Carolina To "Stripe Out" Kenan Stadium

UNC will wear Carolina Blue and black uniforms against San Diego State on September 6, and will encourage its fans to also wear Carolina Blue or black in a game billed as the "Kenan Stadium Tar Pit Stripe Out." Based on their ticketed section, UNC fans should wear Carolina Blue or black to the 8 p.m. game vs. the Aztecs. Carolina students are asked to wear black and sit in the Tar Pit student section. (GoHeels.com)

Catching up with Hakeem Nicks

You’re still wearing blue. Any feeling about it – I’ve been wearing blue since college. Carolina blue, Giants blue, Colts blue. I like them (shades of blue) all, but I come from Carolina blue. I’m a Tar Heel. I love the logo. I have it my house all over. (Indianapolis Colts)

Making an NFL Team, Part 1: Q&A with Jabari Price

Jabari Price, a cornerback with the Minnesota Vikings, has been kind enough to give an inside perspective of what he experiences in his efforts to make the Vikings’ final roster. He was a 7th Round draft pick out of UNC in the 2014 NFL Draft. We will be talking with Jabari before camp, during camp, and after camp in order to get the full picture of what a player goes through to reach his NFL dreams. (Sports Glutton)

Football Schedule at a Glance
Last Game:
North Carolina: 45
NC State: 34
Sat, Nov 28 Box Score

Upcoming Games:
UNC vs. Clemson
Sat, Dec 5, 8:14 ET ABC Tickets

Full UNC Football Schedule

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ACC Football Scoreboard
Miami (FL)29
at Pittsburgh24
at South Carolina32
Virginia Tech23
at Virginia20
at Georgia Tech7
at Kentucky24
Boston College17
at Syracuse20
at Wake Forest21
North Carolina45
at NC State34
Florida State27
at Florida2
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ACC Football Standings
Coastal DivisionACCOverall
(8) North Carolina8-011-1
Virginia Tech4-46-6
Georgia Tech1-73-9

Atlantic DivisionACCOverall
(1) Clemson8-012-0
(10) Florida State6-210-2
NC State3-57-5
Wake Forest1-73-9
Boston College0-83-9

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