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Kansas City Chiefs Sign Veteran Defensive Tackle Cam Thomas

Chiefs general manager Brett Veach moved quickly to replace Roy Miller, which the Chiefs did by signing veteran defensive tackle Cam Thomas on Monday. The seven-year veteran has recorded 114 tackles and 7 1/2 sacks in 101 career games, and might be counted on in place of Miller, who was assigned to plug the middle in short-yardage situations. (Kansas City Star)

The Versatile Anthony-Ratliff-Williams

Anthony Ratliff-Williams had to learn the nuances of the wide receiver position -- how to get off the line, create separation with his hands, read coverages, and run routes properly. In 2016, he was behind standout veterans Ryan Switzer, Mack Hollins, Bug Howard, and Austin Proehl. The production that Fedora and his staff envisioned has been on full display this season. (Inside Carolina)

Nathan Elliott Providing Stability at Quarterback

North Carolina’s offense has regained its footing since Nathan Elliott took the reins of Larry Fedora’s hurry-up no-huddle spread. “Nathan’s given us some stability there. If we don’t turn it over in that Miami game, we’re in a different situation also. But it’s been a combination. Once you’ve got a little bit more stability there, I think the guys around [him] can do a better job.” (Inside Carolina)

Video: Larry Fedora Pre-Western Carolina Press Conference

North Carolina head football coach Larry Fedora speaks with the media on Monday as the Tar Heels prepare to host Western Carolina for Saturday's Senior Day in Chapel Hill. View Video...

Anthony Ratliff-Williams Named ACC Specialist of the Week

UNC's Anthony Ratliff-Williams was named the ACC Specialist of the Week for the second time this season. Ratliff-Williams scored a 98-yard touchdown on the opening kickoff. Ratliff-Williams, who also threw for a score and caught a touchdown pass in the game, now has as many kickoff return touchdowns on the year as the rest of the ACC combined. (The ACC)

Five With Fedora - Nov. 13

Larry Fedora on North Carolina's win over Pitt: "(Quarterback Nathan Elliott is) a coach's kid who's been around the game his whole life. I think what was good to see against Miami and then again this week against Pitt was that he didn't shy away when the bright lights came on. He rose to the occasion. I thought he handled the offense well and executed the game plan." (GoHeels.com)

Recap: Former UNC Players in the NFL - Week Ten

Tre Boston (Los Angeles Chargers) had a monster game in the Chargers' 20-17 loss to Jacksonville with six tackles, three pass deflections and two interceptions. He narrowly missed a third off a tipped ball. Eric Ebron (Detroit Lions) caught two balls for 39 yards including a 29-yard touchdown. It was his second of the season. Zach Brown (Washington Redskins) had 10 tackles. (Inside Carolina)

Chicago Bears QB Mitch Trubisky puts up strong numbers in loss

Bears rookie quarterback Mitch Trubisky threw a career high 35 passes in Sunday's 23-16 loss to the Packers, and he finished with a career-best 297 passing yards. His 97 passer rating was his second best, trailing only the 101.8 he had against the Panthers when he threw just 7 passes. "I still have to find ways to get better," said Trubisky, who is 2-3 as a starter. (Chicago Daily Herald)

Former UNC Football Player Nate Hobgood-Chittick Dies at Age 42

Nate Hobgood-Chittick died Saturday night at the age of 42. According to friends, he died of a heart attack while with his family and friends. Hobgood-Chittick, who would have turned 43 on November 30, enjoyed a football career that included four bowl games while at the University of North Carolina. After graduating from UNC, he played in the NFL for six seasons. (Allentown Morning Call)

The Good, Bad, & Ugly Report: Pitt

It feels good to write one of these again. I predicted North Carolina would beat Pitt because A) the Tar Heels had played well enough to win in at least four of the eight games it lost; B) the bye week would allow UNC to work on some things and heal some of those guys who were not out for the season; and C) the law of averages says the team was simply due. (Old North Blog)

Texans QB T.J. Yates appreciates the practice snaps

As the Houston Texans' backup quarterback, T.J. Yates is always striving to stay sharp. Running the scout team doesn't exactly do the trick, though. Yates has been taking some snaps with the first-team offense behind starter Tom Savage this week. "You have to be ready. That's kind of the life of a quarterback in this league if you're not a starting guy," Yates said. (Houston Chronicle)

Washington Redskins Q&A: Zach Brown

Washington Redskins inside linebacker Zach Brown leads the NFL in tackles and has become a dominant force in the middle of the field for the defense. After a recent practice he discusses growing up as a wrestler, his musical influences and how he envisions the second half of the season. (Washington Redskins)

UNC ACC Football Champs from 1977 Reunite for Western Carolina Game

Some 70 players and managers from North Carolina's 1977 ACC championship football team will convene in Chapel Hill this weekend for a reunion around the Western Carolina game. The Tar Heels under head coach Bill Dooley were 8-3-1 overall and 5-0-1 in the seven-team ACC, finishing a game ahead of Clemson. UNC had seven first-team All-ACC players. (UNC Lettermen)

Video: UNC Football All-Access at Pittsburgh

Go behind the scenes of North Carolina's 34-31 prime-time victory over Pittsburgh on Thursday night as the Tar Heels secured a much-needed ACC road win against the Panthers at chilly Heinz Field. Read More...

James Hurst Epitomizes Ravens' Better-Than-Expected Offensive Line

Perhaps nobody epitomizes the story of the Ravens offensive line more than left guard James Hurst, who has taken plenty of criticism over the years, yet stands as a regular starter and key cog. Hurst was an undrafted rookie in 2014. Hurst has given up one sack and 10 quarterback hurries in nine games. He has progressively improved as the season has gone on. (Baltimore Ravens)

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Last Game:
North Carolina: 65
Western Carolina: 10
Sat, Nov 18 Box Score

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ACC Football Scoreboard
#2 Miami0
at Pittsburgh0
Friday 12:00 PM

#25 Virginia Tech0
at Virginia0
Friday 8:00 PM

#7 Georgia0
at Georgia Tech0
Saturday 12:00 PM

Florida State0
at Florida0
Saturday 12:00 PM

Louisville0
at Kentucky0
Saturday 12:00 PM

Boston College0
at Syracuse0
Saturday 12:20 PM

Duke0
at Wake Forest0
Saturday 12:30 PM

North Carolina0
at NC State0
Saturday 3:30 PM

#3 Clemson0
at South Carolina0
Saturday 7:30 PM

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ACC Football Standings
Coastal DivisionACCOverall
(2) Miami7-010-0
(24) Virginia Tech4-38-3
Georgia Tech4-45-5
Virginia3-46-5
Duke2-55-6
Pittsburgh2-54-7
North Carolina1-63-8

Atlantic DivisionACCOverall
(4) Clemson7-110-1
NC State5-27-4
Wake Forest4-37-4
Louisville4-47-4
Boston College3-46-5
Florida State3-54-6
Syracuse2-54-7


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