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Name:Joe Dailey
Hometown:Jersey City, NJ
High School:St. Peters Preparatory
Born:November 19, 1983 (35)
Height/Weight:6-1, 205
Position:Wide Receiver
Notes:Football

Greatest former UNC athlete by state (Nebraska): Joe Dailey
After playing two seasons at Nebraska, which saw him become the first Cornhuskers quarterback to pass for 300 yards in a game, Joe Dailey transferred...

For Liberty QB coach Joe Dailey, opener at UNC is a homecoming
Joe Dailey admits to still following North Carolina from afar. It’s his alma mater, after all. It’s where he earned his bachelor’s degree in 2007...

Joe Dailey Responds
Joe Dailey was caught off guard by the negative attention he received from North Carolina fans this week. “I got a call [Friday] night about...

Thanks to advice from a Tar Heel, Savon Huggins picks Rutgers over UNC
Joe Dailey placed a call to Savon Huggins earlier this week. It was one Saint Peter’s Prep product talking frankly to another. More importantly it...

Joe Dailey climbs coaching ladder
After only one season as a graduate assistant, Joe Dailey two weeks ago was elevated to a Buffalo Bulls full-time position with Turner Gill acknowledging...

UNC at the crossroads...again
When Rutgers cornerback Manny Collins intercepted North Carolina quarterback Joe Dailey with 1:52 left on Sept. 2 two years ago, sealing a 21-16 season-opening loss...

Dailey joins University of Buffalo staff
Joe Dailey feels fortunate that, ever since his high school days, he knew he wanted to be a football coach. “You go into college knowing...

UNC offense gets creative in latest loss
By no means does North Carolina have the most potent offense in the Atlantic Coast Conference or, for that matter, the nation. But the one...

Joe Dailey's move to receiver pays dividends for UNC
Joe Dailey moved to wide receiver without any goals for catches, yardage or touchdowns. All he wanted to do was help his team -- in...

Yates could lead Heels to bowl
After two weeks of football, it appears North Carolina might have an opportunity to challenge for a bowl bid after going 3-9 last season. The...


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