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Larry Fedora On QB, Defense, Return Specialists & More

UNC football coach Larry Fedora addressed the media Monday for the Tar Heels’ annual Photo and Media Day. Fedora h hit on numerous issues, including ongoing position battles, notably at quarterback. Fedora also discussed the offensive line, why he thinks the defense will be better, why he brought back defensive line coach Deke Adams, and more. (Tar Heel Illustrated)

New UNC Football Uniforms With "Jumpman" Helmet: Instant Recruiting Boost

The Jumpman logo is exactly what makes the new UNC football uniforms incredible. There is a certain culture associated with anything having to do with the Jordan brand -- and you can hate all you want -- but that stuff resonates in a major way with 16-18 year old kids who are trying to narrow down a list of college football programs hoping to land their services. (Hero Sports)

Brandon Harris Tackling Details

Brandon Harris chose UNC over Texas in the spring, and despite arriving in Chapel Hill in late May, he was not able to work out with the team until graduating from LSU in July. During that time period, the Bossier City, La. native studied game tape, utilizing a unique setup in which a coach’s voiceover in the film room helped to explain the nuances of the offense (Inside Carolina)

A New Story For UNC At Quarterback

Brandon Harris and Nathan Elliott met with the Carolina football media for the first time following photo day at Kenan Stadium Monday afternoon. Harris and Elliot are two of the six quarterbacks on the Tar Heel roster, and with Mitch Trubisky now on the depth chart of the Chicago Bears, the signal-caller job is wide open, according to head coach Larry Fedora. (Argyle Report)

UNC Freshman Linebacker Kanye Roberts Switches to Running Back

Freshman linebacker Kayne Roberts has switched to running back. Roberts, a 6-3, 200-pound rookie from Greenback, Tenn., took photos with the running back group and UNC coach Larry Fedora confirmed the move during his press conference in the Kenan Football Center. The move is not totally surprising as Roberts committed to UNC as a versatile athlete. (Inside Carolina)

3 factors could lead to big things for Brandon Harris at UNC

UNC football appeared to have struck gold on the transfer market last offseason when the Tar Heels landed LSU graduate transfer quarterback Brandon Harris. Harris is a former 4-star recruit out of Louisiana. During his three seasons in purple and gold, Harris played in 25 games. He made 15 starts at quarterback, including all 12 games in 2015 as a sophomore. (ACC Sports Journal)

Inside UNC's Position Battles: Defensive Line

The word out of spring practice was that up to 12 Tar Heel defensive linemen could see significant reps during the 2017 season. The depth took a hit when rising sophomore defensive tackle Marlon Dunlap left the program this summer and announced his transfer to Florida on Sunday. Still, UNC's defensive line should be deep with a mix of young talent and veteran players. (Inside Carolina)

UNC's kickoff against Cal offers coast-to-coast questions

If California’s transcontinental trip to UNC doesn’t qualify as the most unconventional opening game on this season’s national college football schedule, it has to be a contender. Not only have the two schools never faced each other in football, the Sept. 2 (12:20 p.m., ACC Network) game in Chapel Hill almost was scrubbed on the launchpad by political differences. (WRAL Sports Fan)

Video: Austin Proehl Discusses His Roles, UNC's QB Position & More

UNC senior receiver Austin Proehl is the veteran of his position group after spending three years behind one of the most productive trios in UNC history. He’s ready for the challenge to not only follow through on making plays for the Tar Heels but being a leader and mentor to a young group and for an offense that enters fall camp with so many questions. (Tar Heel Illustrated)

No rumor, Barry Switzer says Ryan Switzer is his cousin

Let Dallas Cowboys receiver Ryan Switzer tell it, former Cowboys coach Barry Switzer claims they are cousins because they have the same last name and roots in South Carolina. But he doesn't believe they are related. Well, Switzer has no doubts about their blood relation and brought the receipts to prove it, so to speak. "Yeah. It’s no rumor," Barry Switzer said. (Fort Worth Star-Telegram)

UNC Football Preview: Impact Newcomers

The UNC football team has a lot of talent to replace for the 2017 season. The attrition from 2016 has some talking heads worried about the Tar Heels’ chances in the ACC Coastal division, but they still have enough talent to receive votes in the preseason Coaches Poll. Many holes will be filled by returning players, but a few impact newcomers will be used to fill others. (Tar Heel Blog)

UNC Athletic Facilities Construction Live Updates

Construction is well underway on a series of new UNC athletics facilities, including the football indoor practice facility, the soccer and lacrosse stadium, the track & field and practice fields complex near Finley Golf Course and the field hockey complex. Tar Heel fans can keep up with the progress of the construction with live footage of the projects as they're built. (GoHeels.com)

UNC Among The South’s Best Tailgates For 2017

We knew the category would be contentious. College football is one of those few topics that can make any reasonable Southerner abandon decorum, even civility, but we underestimated to just what degree your spirit would show in our poll for the South’s Best Tailgate. No. 14 - University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. (Southern Living)

Video: Donnie Miles Discusses UNC QBs, Practice & Being A More Vocal Leader

UNC senior safety Donnie Miles is always smiling and positive, and that was no different when he met with the media recently. Miles discussed his own game, facing the quarterbacks battling for the starting job, the quirkiness of having to practice in Kenan Stadium, and being a more vocal leader. Miles will be one of the primary faces of the Tar Heels this season. (Tar Heel Illustrated)

A historical look at UNC’s 2017 football schedule

Of the 12 teams on North Carolina’s 2017 football schedule, the Tar Heels have met 10 of their opponents before. With the season rapidly approaching, let’s look at how the Tar Heels have matched up historically against their opponents. Vs. Cal: When the Tar Heels and Golden Bears meet on September 2nd, it will be the first ever meeting between the two teams. (Tar Heel Blog)

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Football Schedule at a Glance
Last Game:
North Carolina: 23
Stanford: 25
Fri, Dec 30 Box Score

Upcoming Games:
UNC vs. Cal
Sat, Sep 2, 12:20 ET ACCN Tickets

UNC vs. Louisville
Sat, Sep 9, 12:00 ET Tickets

UNC @ Old Dominion
Sat, Sep 16, 3:30 ET

Full UNC Football Schedule

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ACC Football Scoreboard
Presbyterian College0
at Wake Forest0
Thursday 6:30 PM

Central Connecticut0
at Syracuse0
Friday 7:00 PM

Boston College0
at Northern Illinois0
Friday 9:30 PM

Kent State0
at #5 Clemson0
Saturday 12:00 PM

at North Carolina0
Saturday 12:20 PM

at #18 Miami0
Saturday 12:30 PM

Youngstown State0
at Pittsburgh0
Saturday 1:00 PM

NC State0
at South Carolina0
Saturday 3:00 PM

William & Mary0
at Virginia0
Saturday 3:30 PM

North Carolina Central0
at Duke0
Saturday 6:00 PM

#17 Louisville0
at Purdue0
Saturday 7:30 PM

#3 Florida State0
at #1 Alabama0
Saturday 8:00 PM

#20 West Virginia0
at #22 Virginia Tech0
Sunday 7:30 PM

#24 Tennessee0
at Georgia Tech0
Monday 8:00 PM

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ACC Football Standings
Coastal DivisionACCOverall
(18) Miami0-00-0
(22) Virginia Tech0-00-0
Georgia Tech0-00-0
North Carolina0-00-0

Atlantic DivisionACCOverall
(3) Florida State0-00-0
(5) Clemson0-00-0
(17) Louisville0-00-0
Wake Forest0-00-0
Boston College0-00-0
NC State0-00-0

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