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Name:Bryn Renner
Hometown:Springfield, VA
High School:West Springfield
Recruit Rating:4 Stars
Born:January 22, 1990 (29)
Height/Weight:6-3, 225
Position:Quarterback
Notes:Football

Why former UNC quarterback Bryn Renner is now coaching FIU Panthers’ cornerbacks
Bryn Renner, who is FIU’s new cornerbacks coach, is only 29, but he has acquired loads of knowledge since he signed to play quarterback for...

Sam Howell Finishes as Highest Ranked UNC QB Recruit Since Bryn Renner
Incoming UNC quarterback Sam Howell who has already enrolled in Chapel Hill, finishes the 2019 football recruiting cycle as the No. 93 recruit in...

FIU recruiting outlook and interview with Recruiting Director Bryn Renner
Talk about your transition from playing to now being involved in football operations and recruiting at FIU. Bryn Renner: I love it, my dad was...

Questions abound for UNC as ACC Kickoff approaches
It has been roughly a decade since the Tar Heels failed to put a quality passer on the field. UNC’s last four starters included Mitch...

From Mentor to pupil: The rise of Bears QB Mitch Trubisky
When Mitch Trubisky was deciding whether to turn pro in January, he called Peyton Manning and Andrew Luck to pick their brains. Former UNC quarterback...

Looking beyond the stats of Mitch Trubisky
Ohio State didn't want Mitch Trubisky. So he packed his bags and flew to North Carolina hoping to play right away. But he sat behind...

Audio: Bryn Renner opens up on joining Butch Davis' staff, playing career
WRAL's Mandy Mitchell catches up with former North Carolina quarterback Bryn Renner and talks about his time at Carolina, his NFL career, and joining Butch...

Film review: How UNC's offense has evolved under Larry Fedora
The running game has probably evolved the most in Larry Fedora’s tenure. The first thing we noticed is how the quarterback’s role has changed. This...

Bryn Renner feeling more prepared
Quarterback Bryn Renner was thrown right into the fire last week against the Saints after being signed by the Steelers six days prior, but this...

Bryn Renner says goodbye to coaching and hello to Steelers
Bryn Renner thought he had started his life’s work as the first-year quarterback coach at Austin Peay. He had been released by San Diego on...


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