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UNC Football April 17 Open Practice Observations: Defense

Quite a few former North Carolina football players were on hand at the Tar Heels' open spring practice on Saturday morning, most of whom are currently in the NFL or have played in the league. They were Mitch Trubisky, , Landon Turner, , , and Nathan Elliott. Here are our observations about Carolina's defense. (Tar Heel Illustrated)

Giovani Bernard wants to share in Tampa Bay’s Super Bowl excitement

missed the confetti and the champagne but could still feel the intoxication of the Bucs winning Super Bowl 55 when he arrived at the AdventHealth Training Center on Wednesday. The long-time Bengals running back, who signed a one-year contract as a free agent, said he wants to help become part of the Bucs’ quest to go back-to-back. (Tampa Bay Times)

Video: THI Podcast - Saturday Football Scrimmage Recap

Jacob Turner and Andrew Jones of Tar Heel Illustrated were at UNC Football's practice and scrimmage on Saturday morning. The Tar Heels did drills for about a half hour before scrimmaging for about an hour and 15 minutes. The duo offer their takes on some plays and players that stood out to them. (View Video)

Saturday Spring Football Practice Report: Chapman, Hester, Green & Montilus

, Kevin Hester, , and met with the media following North Carolina's 11th practice of the spring on Saturday morning in Kenan Stadium. The Tar Heels practiced for around 30 minutes before scrimmaging for over an hour. Here are videos of each interview along with notes and quotes from what they had to say. (Tar Heel Illustrated)

Report: Texans hire former Patriots scout, UNC running back Ronnie McGill

According to a report, the Houston Texans have hired hire ex-New England Patriots pro scout . A former UNC running back, McGill spent nine seasons in New England with now Texans GM Nick Caserio, helping the team win three Super Bowls. While at UNC, McGill played from 2003-2006 and rushed for 2,393 yards with 24 touchdowns. (247 Sports)

Dyami Brown Made His Way, Now He's Ready For His Day

What does it take to be one of the most dangerous receivers in the country? For , it is two things. "One is passion. That's something that you always have to have. Passion takes you a long way. And then the second one is having a creative imagination." Brown learned some of what he knows from studying some of the NFL’s top wideouts. (Tar Heel Illustrated)

Audio: Mack Brown on preseason expectations for UNC football

As the calendar flips to prepare for the 2021 college football season (somehow), North Carolina football has its 2021 spring game on the horizon: April 24. The game, which is already sold out, will be broadcast on the ACC Network. UNC football coach joins The Drive with (WSJS) to discuss all things related to the Tar Heels. (ACC Sports Journal)

UNC's Backup Quarterback Competition Expected to Continue into Fall

With the starting quarterback spot set for 2021, the competition to watch has been for the backup role and who will take over the North Carolina offense in 2022. Whoever wins the job between sophomore and true freshman will have a bit of a leg up when the starting quarterback competition begins again next spring. (Inside Carolina)

UNC LB Jeremiah Gemmel On His Improvements, Surprise Players, Backup QBs & More

North Carolina linebacker met with the media on Thursday following the Tar Heels’ 10th practice of the spring to field questions about his improvements, various position groups on the team, and if he has thoughts about becoming a coach when he’s finished playing football. Here are some notes and quotes from what he had to say. (Tar Heel Illustrated)

Video: Tape Talk - UNC's Linebackers

Jacob Turner and Andrew Jones of Tar Heel Illustrated discuss North Carolina's middle linebackers, which include six players of note, each of whom is either established or came in loaded with potential and highly rated. The duo also intersperse video clips and photos shot during a recent UNC spring football practice. (View Video)
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