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Deems May News & Bio


Name:Deems May
Hometown:Lexington, NC
High School:Lexington
Born:March 6, 1969 (50)
Height/Weight:6-5, 248
Position:Tight End
Notes:Football, 1987 Parade All-American

Former Mack Brown Players React to His Return to UNC
On Tuesday, the room was packed with reporters, television cameras, administrators, campus dignitaries, and many former Mack Brown-era UNC football players. Following the 51-minute press...

Letterman's Roundtable, November 24
Deems May: "This has been Duke’s bowl game each and every year. When you know it’s your last game, the players play for the seniors...

Letterman's Roundtable, November 16
Deems May: "We’ve always seemed to match up well with Virginia Tech. They like to rely on a strong running game and good defense and...

Former UNC football player Deems May linked to $8.5 billion Ponzi scheme
Tagg Romney’s assertions, that his Solamere Advisors partners who were employed in the Stanford Ponzi scheme didn’t make “any money,” and that they their involvement...

Letterman's Roundtable, October 26
Deems May: "We can’t worry about Wake’s intensity. We need to concentrate on nothing but how we are going to play this week. Our whole...

Letterman's Roundtable, October 12
Deems May: "We have to find a way to play better each week going forward. Our schedule is toughening up. I think Rutgers is a...

Letterman's Roundtable, September 28
Deems May: "I haven’t seen ECU play, so I can’t really comment on how I think we will defend their offense. I do know they...

Former UNC TE Deems May calls Georgia Tech 'the dirtiest team in college football'
You wouldn't necessarily deem the college football rivalry between Georgia Tech and North Carolina as heated. But the words of Tar Heel Sports Network radio...

Letterman's Roundtable, September 21
Inside Carolina's weekly 'State of the Heels' discussion, featuring former Tar Heels Scott Lenahan, Deems May, Quincy Monk and Mark Paschal. The Tar Heels eliminated...

Letterman's Roundtable, September 14
Inside Carolina's weekly 'State of the Heels' discussion, featuring former Tar Heels Scott Lenahan, Deems May, Quincy Monk and Mark Paschal. Interim head coach Everett...


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