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Podcast: Predicting UNC's 2019 Football Season

Host Tommy Ashley is joined by Inside Carolina's Buck Sanders, Greg Barnes, Ross Martin, , and Jason Staples for an in-depth look into just how North Carolina's 2019 football season may go under new head coach . (Player FM)

Rejuvenated Mack Brown savors return to coaching with Tar Heels

has accomplished everything a college coach could want, from winning a national championship to being inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame. Yet Brown is choosing to stand in the heat and humidity on UNC's practice fields, typing notes on his smartphone while watching drills for the program he’s charged with turning around again. (Associated Press)

Antoine Green Elevating Play After Leg Injury

’s broken leg was healed by the time spring practice began in March, although the physical component was only part of the of the rehabilitation process. He admits to being nervous stepping onto the practice field and having a defender testing him. After several weeks of working back into drills, Green caught a deep pass for a touchdown. (Inside Carolina)

Denver Broncos Place Bug Howard on Injured Reserve

The Denver Broncos placed cornerback Horace Richardson (back) and tight end (hand) on injured reserve on Wednesday, the team announced. Howard played in Monday’s game against San Francisco. Richardson had missed practice in recent days The Broncos now have two open roster spots on their 90-man roster. (Denver Broncos)

Dazz Newsome, Storm Duck Make Athlon's 2019 College Football All-Name Team

College football's constant roster movement creates opportunities. New players may bring hope to a fan base, or provide the missing piece to a championship team. Some also add the fun of a memorable name, whether making plays on the field or sitting on the bench. This year, UNC defensive back and receiver made the list. (Athlon Sports)

Teammates say QB Sam Howell has work ethic to match "special" talent

It didn’t take long after ’s arrival back in January for teammates to realize it was possible that the former blue-chip recruit could become Carolina’s first-ever true freshman to start the first game of the season — a fact dug up by Lee Pace. A dual-threat who can also get it done on the run, Howell has developed a reputation as a gunslinger. (Heels Maven)

Ryan Switzer Teams With Clothing Company For Children’s Hospital Charity

Former North Carolina and current Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver has teamed with Represent Holdings to released a t-shirt to help patients at UPMC Children’s Hospital. The “Switz-Burgh” shirts with the Pittsburgh skyline in the background will donate 100% of the proceeds to the Oncology Department at UPMC Children’s Hospital. (CBS Pittsburgh)

Podcast: New Offense & Defense - How Ready Can UNC Be For South Carolina?

In today’s edition of the Inside Carolina Podcast, former UNC football players and join host Jon Seiglie to discuss how far along the 2019 Tar Heel football team might be in learning and implementing the new schemes on offense and defense brought by offensive coordinator Phil Longo and defensive coordinator Jay Bateman. (Player FM)

Tar Heels Emerge from Preseason Camp Healthy & Energized

The brutality that oftentimes is training camp officially ended for North Carolina with an open practice for fans, students, and media members on Monday night. Following an off day Tuesday to welcome the first day of class, the Tar Heels returned to the Football Practice Facility on Wednesday with a bounce in their step, which is unusual for this time of year. (Inside Carolina)

After an offseason of mental work, Allen Cater trusting his body as Carolina closes training camp

Just 10 months after suffering a torn ACL, is not only back on the field, but in echoing the sentiments of his teammates, the senior linebacker said he's never felt better at the end of training camp. "Everything, in my opinion, feels good," he said on Wednesday. "I feel great and I think everybody on the team feels great." (Heels Maven)
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