Menu

Stadium’s Top 25 College Football Rankings for 2020: No. 22 North Carolina


North Carolina — or better known as the team that nearly beat Clemson last year — finished 7-6 in ’s first season back in Chapel Hill and very easily could have won at least 10 games. The Tar Heels, who averaged 50.7 points in their final three games, only lose five senior starters from last year’s team but return virtually everyone else. (Stadium)

Related: |

Recent Football News:

Sam Howell Makes Davey O'Brien Award Watch List
Sam Howell will begin his UNC sophomore season listed on the 2020 Davey O'Brien National Quarterback Award Watch List, announced Tuesday by The Davey O'Brien...

Chicago Bears QB Mitch Trubisky Fighting For His Job
We don’t know how quarterback Mitch Trubisky will handle a true challenge to his job. It’s one that comes in a contract year for him...

Podcast: Catching Up With Da'Norris Searcy - A Tar Heel For Life
Hosts Tommy Ashley and Joey Powell of Inside Carolina are joined by former North Carolina and NFL defensive back Da'Norris Searcy. A part of coach...

Podcast: The Back Story On Choo Choo Starring During WWII
Charlie Justice was a college football sensation before he even arrived to turn in the most distinguished career of any Tar Heel. What was written...


© 2005-2020 Tar Heel Times | Contact | Privacy Policy | Site Map | RSS | Did UNC Win?

Tar Heel Times is an unofficial resource for UNC fans and is not affiliated with the University of North Carolina.