Menu

Cade Fortin News & Bio


Name:Cade Fortin
Hometown:Suwanee, GA
High School:North Gwinnett
Recruit Rating:3 Stars
Height/Weight:6-3, 210
Position:Quarterback
Notes:Football

Tar Heels Fall in OT to NCSU in Season Finale
North Carolina suffered another tough defeat to cap a difficult season, falling to N.C. State 34-28 in overtime Saturday at Kenan Stadium. The Tar Heels...

Coach Kap On Why Fortin Played, Right Guard Spot & More
North Carolina offensive coordinator and offensive line coach Chris Kapilovic met the media following Tuesday’s practice to discuss why Cade Fortin was in for the...

Jace Ruder's Brief Stint Follows Unfortunate Path
And then it was Jace Ruder’s turn. North Carolina’s quest to find a spark on offense and possible replacement of Nathan Elliott had gone through...

UNC football falls to Georgia Tech, 38-28, on Homecoming Weekend
UNC backup quarterback Jace Ruder’s debut captured everyone’s attention, especially because of the zip and accuracy he had on his throws. While his day was...

Syracuse hosts North Carolina looking to stop 2-game skid
UNC has allowed just seven sacks so far this season, which ranks second in the ACC and 19th nationally. The Syracuse defense is tied for...

The latest on Cade Fortin and UNC’s quarterback situation
Sources around the UNC football program suggest that freshman quarterback Cade Fortin has suffered a season-ending leg injury. The good news is that he can...

Fedora: QB Pecking Order Could Include Ratliff-Williams
Larry Fedora met with the media following practice at Kenan Stadium, and among the topics was who would take snaps at quarterback if Nathan Elliott...

Larry Fedora On Red Zone Issues, Cade Fortin, Waivers & More
North Carolina football coach Larry Fedora met with the media Monday for his weekly press conference at the Kenan Football Center. Fedora spoke about freshman...

UNC’s QB situation still muddled, but QB play wasn’t the problem against Hokies
For the better part of the first half, there finally was clarity to North Carolina’s frustrating quarterback situation. True freshman Cade Fortin was getting more...

UNC loses in final minute 22-19 to Virginia Tech
North Carolina did not make the most of its scoring opportunities Saturday and fell 22-19 to Virginia Tech. An 18-play, 98-yard, 5:54 touchdown drive gave...


<< PreviousNext >>


© 2005-2019 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.