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NFL Scouting Combine: UNC guard Landon Turner still ‘chasing dreams’

Landon Turner, 6-foot-4 and 330 pounds, is projected to be a mid- to late-round pick after earning all-ACC honors as a senior at North Carolina. Turner started 41 career games for the Tar Heels and had three with double-digit totals for pancake blocks, according to coaches’ stats. (Charlotte Observer)

Video: Blue Dawn Day 4

The 2016 UNC football team hit the turf early Friday morning for Day 4 of their "Blue Dawn" workouts in preparation for Spring practice and the beginning of a new season where they aim to defend their ACC Coastal Division crown. View Video...

Lions’ Ebron on verge of watershed season

Eric Ebron nearly doubled his rookie production in his second season, finishing 2015 with 47 catches for 537 yards and five touchdowns. If wide receiver Calvin Johnson retires, the Lions will rely on Ebron even more. “By Year 3, you know what you have. So, I’m really looking forward to seeing that progression,” Lions general manager Bob Quinn said. (Detroit News)

Team Physician Tim Taft Helps UNC Football Program Go Long

As the team physician and orthopedic surgeon for UNC’s football program, sometimes Dr. Tim Taft bears good news. Sometimes he doesn’t. When the ball is in play, he might be on the sidelines, but for decades, Taft has been at the heart of the game. He loves what he does because of the people he’s helped and their tenacity through it all. (Our State Magazine)

Video: Blue Dawn Day 3

The 2016 Tar Heel football team hit the turf before sunrise on Thursday for Day 3 of their "Blue Dawn" off-season conditioning and team building workouts. The tire tug-of-war is always intense. View Video...

Former UNC offensive lineman Jarrod James joins coaching staff as graduate assistant

UNC alum Jarrod James joined the Carolina coaching staff as an offensive graduate assistant in 2016. James was a member of the UNC football team from 2011-13 and played in games at center during his redshirt freshman and sophomore seasons. Over the last two seasons, he served as an undergraduate student assistant coach working with offensive line coach Chris Kapilovic. (GoHeels.com)

NFL Draft Analysis: Landon Turner

On Friday, former North Carolina offensive guard Landon Turner will take part in the NFL Combine. The four-year starter and All-American in 2015, led one of the more dominant offense line groups in the ACC. An absolute road grader, Turner has turned the heads of NFL general managers with his ability to move the line of scrimmage. (Carolina Blue)

Target Date Set for UNC Football Indoor Practice Facility

UNC has expanded its plans for an athletic facilities upgrade by pairing a soccer and lacrosse stadium concept with the $25 million indoor football practice facility approved in November. Conceptual designs detail a plan to build the structures side-by-side in the current footprint of Fetzer Field and the grass field at Navy Fields. (Inside Carolina)

Video: Blue Dawn, Day 2

The UNC football team completed the second day of their annual off-season "Blue Dawn" workouts early Tuesday morning. Here's what they were doing before the sun came up. View Video...

West Virginia native turned-UNC football star Ryan Switzer hasn’t forgotten where he came from

Many WVU fans know exactly who UNC standout wide receiver Ryan Switzer is. A majority of them wish the West Virginia native sported Old Gold and Blue instead of Carolina Blue, but it didn’t work out that way. Though Switzer took his speed and versatility to UNC, the senior still roots for his home state of West Virginia, especially when it comes to the hardwood. (Blue Gold Sports)

Video: UNC Football "Blue Dawn" 2016 Begins

The 2016 North Carolina Tar Heel football team took to the Navy practice fields at 6:00 AM Monday for their first session of Blue Dawn. View Video...

Special Dates Set For 2016 UNC Football Season

North Carolina has announced several home game designations at Kenan Stadium for the 2016 football season, including Family Weekend on Sept. 24 vs. Pittsburgh, Homecoming on Nov. 5 vs. Georgia Tech, Military Appreciation Day on Nov. 19 vs. The Citadel and Rams Club Day on Nov. 25 vs. NC State. (GoHeels.com)

Ranking the ACC Football-Basketball Coaching Duos

4. North Carolina: Football: Larry Fedora, Basketball: Roy Williams; Williams has his best UNC team in at least five years. Williams is looking to reach his eighth Final Four. It probably took Fedora longer to turn the corner with the football program than UNC fans would have hoped, but the Heels are coming off their best season since 1997. (Athlon Sports)

Georgia State Announces Home and Home Football Series with North Carolina

Georgia State has announced a future football home and home series with North Carolina, marking the first time the Panthers will host a school from the ACC. The Panthers will travel to Chapel Hill on Sept. 11, 2021, with North Carolina returning to Atlanta the following season to play Georgia State on Sept. 10, 2022. (Georgia State Sports)

Ranking the QB position in the ACC

6. North Carolina: Marquise Williams was a second-team, all-ACC selection after combining for more than 4,000 yards of total offense last season and setting nearly two dozen school records. Junior Mitch Trubisky saw action as Williams’ backup the past two seasons, but the dual-threat quarterback should slide into the starting role with ease in 2016. (Orlando Sentinel)

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Football Schedule at a Glance
Last Game:
North Carolina: 17
Duke: 27
Sat, Sep 23 Box Score

Upcoming Games:
UNC @ Georgia Tech
Sat, Sep 30, 12:00 ET ESPN2 Tickets

UNC vs. Notre Dame
Sat, Oct 7, TBD Tickets

UNC vs. Virginia
Sat, Oct 14, TBD Tickets

Full UNC Football Schedule

Radio Affiliates

ACC Football Scoreboard
Virginia42
at Boise State23
FINAL

NC State27
at #11 Florida State21
FINAL

Kent State3
at #20 Louisville42
FINAL

Pittsburgh17
at Georgia Tech35
FINAL

Old Dominion0
at #13 Virginia Tech38
FINAL

Boston College7
at #2 Clemson34
FINAL

Toledo30
at #14 Miami52
FINAL

Wake Forest20
at Appalachian State19
FINAL

Duke27
at North Carolina17
FINAL

Syracuse26
at #23 LSU35
FINAL

Scores provided by a third-party and may be delayed by a couple of minutes

ACC Football Standings
Coastal DivisionACCOverall
Duke1-04-0
Georgia Tech1-02-1
(13) Virginia Tech0-04-0
Virginia0-03-1
(14) Miami0-02-0
Pittsburgh0-11-3
North Carolina0-21-3

Atlantic DivisionACCOverall
(2) Clemson2-04-0
Wake Forest1-04-0
NC State1-03-1
(19) Louisville1-13-1
Syracuse0-02-2
(12) Florida State0-10-2
Boston College0-21-3


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