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Audio: Larry Fedora on the David Glenn Show

UNC football coach Larry Fedora joined the David Glenn Show to discuss spring practice, bouncing back from his worst season as a head coach, and the Tar Heels’ depth chart. Other topics included the extent of Fedora’s pop culture knowledge, his luck on the links, and SECU Family House’s upcoming 10th anniversary party and golf tournament. (ACC Sports Journal)

Charlie Heck Taking Confident Step into Leadership Role

Charlie Heck is your stereotypical offensive tackle. He favors coach-speak, but is smart, friendly, and massive. Heck has grown from the 6-7, 250-pound tight end that arrived in Chapel Hill to a 6-8, 300-pound-plus behemoth. Heck wasn't a big-time recruit, but with starting experience under his belt, the junior is now tasked with helping lead UNC's young offensive line. (Inside Carolina)

Chazz Surratt Talks About Being Vocal, Developing & More

North Carolina quarterback Chazz Surratt was made available to the media Tuesday and fielded questions about last season, his interesting trip to California last month, how his game has grown, and battling Nathan Elliott for the starting job. Last season, Surratt got off to a very good start, but then struggled before suffering several injuries, including a concussion. (Tar Heel Illustrated)

North Carolina Tar Heels 2018 Football Schedule and Analysis

The North Carolina football team will be road warriors this year with six games away from Kenan Stadium including the first two of the season. But it is more the length of their travel this coming fall that makes their schedule so daunting. By the end of the season, the Heels will have seen the west coast and the northeast as well their usual stops in ACC country. (Athlon Sports)

Podcast: UNC's ACC basketball schedule, spring football

Inside Carolina's Greg Barnes and Ross Martin join host Tommy Ashley for a quick dive into the newly-released ACC Basketball schedule plan before going in depth on the last week of North Carolina Football's spring practice. (Audioboom)

UNC QB Nathan Elliott Discusses Improvement, Competition & More

UNC quarterback Nathan Elliott was made available to the media Tuesday and fielded questions about last season, how his game grew, this spring and battling Chazz Surratt for the starting job. Elliott, a 6-1, 215-pound rising junior from Celina, TX, started the final three games last fall and played the majority of UNC’s ninth contest, a narrow home loss to Miami. (Tar Heel Illustrated)

New Colts TE Eric Ebron knows why he's here

Eric Ebron is here because of the quarterback who hasn’t seen the field in a year and the head coach who’s yet to win his first game. Concerned? Hardly. The man is downright giddy. “The perfect move for me,” the Indianapolis Colts’ newest tight end called his offseason relocation Monday, his first day at work for his new team. What is clear: He’s done with Detroit. (Indianapolis Star)

UNC quarterbacks competing for primary role

The final week of spring practice for UNC’s football team arrived and there’s no resolution at quarterback. Nathan Elliott and Chazz Surratt are competing for the primary role after each had starts in 2017. Each player has had areas of emphasis during the spring. Elliott is trying to throw better deep passes. Surratt is concerned with improving his leadership. (Fayetteville Observer)

Surratt, Elliott Battling for UNC's Starting QB Job

The 2017 season is in the past. The coaching staff has wiped the slate clean as Chazz Surratt and Nathan Elliott find themselves in a quarterback competition once again. The game has slowed down for both players, primarily due to their significant game experience last fall. They both know what to expect under the lights, which was not the case eight months ago. (Inside Carolina)

Larry Fedora On Closing, Crawford, Veal, Being Happy & More

Tuesday was North Carolina’s 13th practice this spring, but with no spring game and the final practice coming up Saturday, this was the final chance to speak with coach Larry Fedora and some of the Tar Heels until the ACC Kickoff in July. Fedora spent time fielding questions about the quarterbacks, other players, and the team’s overall disposition. (Tar Heel Illustrated)

Video: Fans celebrate the life of Woody Durham

For a final time, people came out to hear The Voice. For Tar Heel fans, there is only one man referred to by that name, and that is Woody Durham. The iconic broadcaster passed away last month. On Sunday, his family, friends, colleagues and legions of fans turned out for a special celebration of his life. All the fans had their favorite Woody Durham story. (Spectrum News)

Brewer's Move Opened Opportunity for Protege Luke Paschall

Luke Paschall was a graduate assistant under Gunter Brewer at Oklahoma State and worked with Brewer and Larry Fedora on UNC's offense and special teams for two seasons at UNC from 2012-13. For Fedora, the move to make Paschall the wide receivers coach was a no-brainer given his knowledge of the offense at UNC and Paschall's grasp of the receiver position. (Inside Carolina)

They came to remember Woody

They came to remember Woody on Sunday at Carmichael Arena, in the place where decades ago the North Carolina students would chant his name until he acknowledged the crowd. This was the building where Woody Durham, the longtime radio voice of the North Carolina football and basketball teams, put words to some of Dean Smith’s best teams. (Charlotte Observer)

T.J. Logan Ready To Be Unleashed

The Cardinals had several rookies show promise last season, but T.J. Logan was the first. The fifth-round pick shined in the Hall of Fame Game against the Cowboys, returning a pair of kickoffs for 71 yards while looking comfortable as a punt returner. But late in the game, Logan dislocated his wrist on a rushing attempt, and a slow recovery kept him out for the season. (Arizona Cardinals)

Durham Remembered: ‘We Listened to Woody’

A crowd gathered into Carmichael Arena on Sunday for a memorial for the late Woody Durham. The legendary broadcaster who served as the Voice of the Tar Heels for 40 years passed away in early March due to complications with a neurocognitive disorder. Jones Angell succeeded Durham in the broadcast booth and opened Sunday’s ceremony. (Chapelboro.com)

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Football Schedule at a Glance
Last Game:
North Carolina: 21
NC State: 33
Sat, Nov 25 Box Score

Upcoming Games:
UNC @ California
Sat, Sep 1, TBD

UNC @ East Carolina
Sat, Sep 8, TBD

UNC vs. UCF
Sat, Sep 15, TBD

Full UNC Football Schedule

Radio Affiliates

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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