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Kyle Jolly News & Bio


Name:Kyle Jolly
Hometown:Powhatan, VA
High School:Blessed Sacrament
Born:July 22, 1987 (32)
Height/Weight:6-6, 300
Position:Offensive Tackle
Notes:Football

Jonathan Cooper, Anthony Elzy probable for UNC vs Georgia So.
Carolina's offense may be getting some much-needed help this weekend, as guard Jonathan Cooper and fullback Anthony Elzy are listed as probable for Saturday's game...

Tar Heels seeing benefits of revised offensive scheme
Butch Davis announced Monday that the Tar Heels are going back to the basics. For the offensive line, that means returning to simple running schemes...

'This is all heart'
It took the UNC offense three quarters to get going in Saturday's win over Connecticut, and the biggest difference on the final two scoring drives...

Walston: Welcome To The Jungle
At least 17 times on Saturday, the Tar Heels heard Slash's guitar and Axl Rose's prolonged `Ooooooooh' blast throughout Rentschler Field. It usually didn't herald...

UNC experiences player turnover
Senior left tackle Kyle Jolly is in the minority. Of the 79 scholarship players on the Tar Heels' roster, 11 are seniors. There are 27...

Breaking down the preseason Top 25
20. North Carolina (8-5); Points: 293. Previous ranking: not ranked. Outlook: Tar Heels appear on their way up in the Atlantic Coast Conference under coach...

Kyle Jolly earns praise for hard work off the field
UNC starting tackle Kyle Jolly has continued to embrace the concept of the student/athlete as a part of his community. His off-field community involvement at...

Kyle Jolly Named To Allstate AFCA Good Works Team
UNC offensive lineman Kyle Jolly is among a hard-working and committed group of college football players will take the field this fall knowing that the...

Ranking the ACC units: Offensive lines
10. North Carolina -- The Tar Heels took a hit early last month when starter Aaron Stahl decided to forgo his final year of eligibility...

Football Spring Notebook
Butch Davis and his staff have plenty of goals and objectives this spring. For starters, the Tar Heels must plug two holes on the offensive...


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