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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)

Touching Tributes Remember and Honor The Voice of the Tar Heels

Whether it was during the impersonations of his famous calls, the personal tributes from numerous speakers, or the rendition of the James Taylor's "Carolina On My Mind," the goosebumps - or 'cold shivers' as Roy Williams calls them - were aplenty at the memorial service for longtime 'Voice of the Tar Heels' Woody Durham on Sunday in Chapel Hill. (Inside Carolina)

Days with Woody: Favorite memories from the Tar Heel Sports Network

It was great Sunday to see so many of the folks who worked alongside Woody Durham through the years on the Tar Heel Sports Network. The late Bob Quincy was the first, followed by Charlie Justice, the football legend who also left us too soon. Choo Choo teamed with Woody in football at a time my boss and mentor Jim Heavner joined the airwaves in basketball. (WRAL Sports Fan)

Chansky’s Notebook: Woody Durham Stole The Show

All they had to do was play the video. A fantastic celebration of life was held for Woody Durham Sunday in Carmichael, one of the venues where the Voice of the Tar Heels called North Carolina games from 1971 through 2011 – 40 years on the nose. But, as only Woody Durham could do it, he still upstaged every speaker and thrilled the people in attendance. (Chapelboro.com)

Woody Durham Provided Memories To Cherish

Woody Durham called nearly 2,000 UNC football and basketball games, including the 1982, 1993, 2005 and 2009 national championships, in 40 years as the Tar Heel play-by-play announcer. "But to relegate his impact to just numbers," said Jones Angell, UNC's current play-by-play announcer, at a celebration service Sunday for Durham, "would be a disservice." (GoHeels.com)

Extra Points: The Match Game

Among candidates to provide crunch plays for UNC when needed is junior safety Myles Dorn, who's matured physically and mentally into the player the coaching staff felt he could be when he committed out of Charlotte in 2015. "Give me 20 like him," says first-year safeties coach Tommy Thigpen. "If he stays healthy, he can be as good as anyone in the country." (GoHeels.com)

Tar Heels radio man touched many: Service for Woody Durham brings fond memories

Woody Durham’s impact on University of North Carolina athletics and fans of Tar Heels near and far was often felt by students and athletes in Chapel Hill. It spread for years to follow. That was clearly evident Sunday afternoon as hundreds gathered to celebrate the life of the legendary broadcaster at Carmichael Arena. Durham died March 7 at age of 76. (Burlington Times-News)

UNC honors late broadcasting icon Woody Durham

Family and friends of late UNC broadcasting legend Woody Durham gathered in Chapel Hill Sunday afternoon for a celebration of the longtime voice of the Tar Heels. Durham, who did play-by-play for UNC from 1971-2011, died last month at the age of 76. Hundreds came to Carmichael Auditorium Sunday to hear from those closest to Durham. (WRAL Sports Fan)

Carolina blue sky, lovely crowd a fitting tribute to say 'Hey Woody' one more time

It was the type of blue sky that, on a game day, former voice of the Tar Heels Woody Durham would have been sure to point out when setting the scene. And so if that fan, or any other, thought the Carolina blue sky was a sign of something and then felt silly for thinking it, Woody would have been the first to tell them it wasn't silly at all. Because he was one of them. (WRAL Sports Fan)

Woody Durham's legacy honored, character remembered in memorial service

In Carmichael Arena on Sunday — where Woody Durham turned moments into memories — the 13-time North Carolina Sportscaster of the Year, who died at 76 last month, couldn’t speak for himself. So instead, in a memorial service celebrating Durham's life, others spoke for him. Among them were UNC administrators, state leaders and others close to him. (Daily Tar Heel)

Lucas: Hey Woody

All of us believed Woody Durham was talking directly to us during his 40 years as the Carolina radio play-by-play man. What we found out on Sunday at Carmichael Auditorium (it's Carmichael Arena now, but it should be Auditorium for today, because that's what it was when Woody was calling the action) was that everyone else believed exactly the same thing. (GoHeels.com)

UNC to honor late broadcasting legend Woody Durham Sunday afternoon

The family of late UNC broadcasting legend Woody Durham will hold a celebration of life event for him Sunday in Chapel Hill. Durham, the voice of the Tar heels from 1971-2011, died last month at the age of 76, The service, which is open to the public, begins at 2 p.m. at Carmichael Arena. Seating will be first-come, first-served, and doors open at 1 p.m. (WRAL Sports Fan)

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