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Bobby Rome News & Bio


Name:Bobby Rome
Hometown:Norfolk, VA
High School:Granby
Born:April 29, 1986 (33)
Height/Weight:5-11, 250
Position:Fullback
Notes:Football

Former UNC fullback Bobby Rome named the Small College Sports Report Coach of the Year
Virginia University of Lynchburg football coach Bobby Rome has been the named the Small College Sports Report Coach of the Year. Rome, a former star...

Some called it "the worst football program in the country." Bobby Rome wasn't daunted.
Bobby Rome was told that succeeding as head football coach at Virginia University of Lynchburg was impossible. “They called it the worst football program in...

Bobby Rome Sparks Football Coaching Career
Bobby Rome once asked Natrone Means about what happens at the end of a football career. When it's time to hang it up, how do...

Former UNC Football Player Bobby Rome Named Virginia University of Lynchburg Head Football Coach
The Virginia University of Lynchburg announced the hiring of new head football coach Bobby Rome. Rome most recently was head coach of the UNC club...

My Carolina Experience: Bobby Rome
Bobby Rome pursued his dreams of playing professional football, and the relationships he forged over time have led him to become the first paid professional...

Former UNC fullback Bobby Rome playing QB for team in Russia
THT Note: This article is technically about an offer made to Tim Tebow to play football for the Moscow Red Storm. Of much...

Bobby Rome Signs with UFL’s Locos
Former UNC fullback Bobby Rome has signed with the United Football League’s Las Vegas Locomotives, Rome told Access today. The signing occurred yesterday. A four...

Four Tar Heels Sign With NFL Teams
Four University of North Carolina football players have signed free agent contracts with NFL teams, including offensive tackle Kyle Jolly with Pittsburgh, linebacker Kennedy Tinsley...

UNC's injuries a factor in offensive ineptitude
Against Georgia Southern, the Tar Heels could be missing six players who started the first game of the season against The Citadel (Kyle Jolly, Jonathan...

H1N1 equals no nightlife for the Tar Heels
Last week, UNC became one of a growing number of college football teams dealing with the H1N1 virus. Two Tar Heel players, fullback Bobby Rome...


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