Kelvin Bryant News & Bio


Name:Kelvin Bryant
Hometown:Tarboro, NC
High School:Tarboro
Born:September 26, 1960 (60)
Height/Weight:6-2, 192
Position:TB
Notes:Football
Kelvin Bryant Photo

North Carolina vs. Miami Postgame Notes
UNC improved to 8-3 this season, including 7-3 in the ACC. This is North Carolina's first win over a top-10 opponent since the 31-28 victory...

Extra Points: Seeing Double
Mike Voight and James Betterson in 1974-75, Kelvin Bryant and Amos Lawrence in 1980, Tyrone Anthony and Ethan Horton in 1983, Leon and Curtis Johnson...

UNC vs. Wake Forest Postgame Notes
UNC rallied from a 21-point deficit, which matches the largest comeback and is the largest second-half comeback, in UNC football history. Wake Forest led 45-24...

Top 20 UNC Football Teams: No. 3 - 1981
Sitting at 6-0 and ranked No. 3 in the nation in 1981, the Tar Heels hosted a solid South Carolina team at Kenan Stadium. North...

Top 20 UNC Football Teams: No. 20 - 1982
The Tar Heels were ranked the first eight weeks of the season, spending the first seven among the top 12, but a loss to Maryland...

Todd Gurley, the Tarboro-T and the Making of a Running Back
Todd Gurley has the chance to bring Tarboro its second Super Bowl ring after running back Kelvin Bryant won the first with Washington in Super...

Black History Month Honoree: Martina Ballen
When she was a student at Carolina, Martina Ballen would spend Saturdays in the fall in the old Kenan Stadium field house. As a 'Sweet...

Run the numbers with UNC’s talented RB duo in an I or Veer formation
The powerful style of Elijah Hood and speed of T.J. Logan form among one of the most talented running-back tandems on one Tar Heels team...

Video: No. 5 UNC at No. 1 Pitt, 1982
Nationally ranked #5 UNC visited #1 Pittsburgh at Three Rivers Stadium in a battle of Heisman Trophy candidates that never materialized on September 9, 1982...

ACC Week 1 Coaching Grades
Larry Fedora, UNC, C: But it’s a low C, because the Tar Heels should have won against South Carolina. The defense and once beleaguered placekicker...

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