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Name:Marcus Wall
Hometown:Fayetteville, NC
Born:December 10, 1973 (46)
Height/Weight:5-9, 154
Position:Wide Receiver
Notes:Football

Podcast: Throwback - Mack Brown’s Tar Heels Arrive on the National Stage in 1993
UNC's victory in the 1993 Peach Bowl was the moment UNC football announced to the college football world that they were a program on the...

Video: UNC's Leon Johnson Throws Halfback Pass To Marcus Wall In 1995
In this classic ACC Must See Moment from October 7, 1995, North Carolina running back (and former quarterback) Leon Johnson throws a halfback pass for...

Top 20 UNC Football Teams: No. 12 - 1993
Jason Stanicek running the option or passing the ball downfield was a sight to see, but so was the running and catching out of the...

North Carolina vs. Pittsburgh Postgame Notes
North Carolina falls to 4-6 this season and 3-4 in ACC play. UNC is now 10-4 all-time against Pitt and has its six game winning...

Marcus Wall, Joe Quigg among Fayetteville Sports Club Hall of Fame inductees
Marcus Wall cried when he heard. Joe Quigg was simply proud and thankful. Quigg was a two-year starter for the Tar Heels and played a...

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...

Tar Heel Rundown: August 29
Twenty years ago today, UNC went into a hostile environment and beat a favored opponent, setting up the program's step forward into national awareness. Highlights...

Marcus Wall's career remembered fondly
Marcus Wall earned the nickname, "Super Gnat,'' while playing receiver for the Tar Heels from 1992 to 1995 because of his tenacious style. He still...

Agents behaving badly: A look at a growing problem
Robert "Fuzzy'' Lee was celebrating with UNC teammates in the locker room after a 62-0 shellacking of Ohio back in 1995 when then-coach Mack Brown...

Calvin Darity, Guard a good match
Calvin Darity was about ready to begin pursuing a career in law enforcement about two months ago. Darity had completed a distinguished four-year football career...


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