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UNC Defensive Tackle Clyde Pinder Enters NCAA Transfer Portal
North Carolina sophomore defensive tackle Clyde Pinder
Jr. will enter the NCAA Transfer Portal, a UNC spokesman confirmed Thursday. The 6-foot, 300-pound Florida native committed to UNC as a 4-star recruit. Pinder played in seven games during his true freshman season in 2020. This season he has played in every game, but his role has decreased. (Inside Carolina
Tar Heels in NFL: Javonte Williams show runs onto national TV stage ThursdayJavonte Williams
and the Denver Broncos will play Thursday against the Cleveland Browns at 8:20 p.m. Williams' running style, familiar to Tar Heels fans, is turning heads around the NFL. The latest example was a run last Sunday when he hurdled over a would-be tackler. It’s led to a lot of questions about how he evolved into that kind of running back. (Tar Heel Tribune
Video: Josh Downs Coming Through For UNC
Wide receiver Josh Downs
has been nearly unstoppable for UNC this season. Downs has scored a touchdown in every game since last season's Orange Bowl. He leads the ACC in receptions and receiving yards and ranks 3rd in the FBS with 8 touchdowns. Enjoy this look at Down's amazing season, courtesy of the ACC Digital Network.
Video: Victory Vibes - UNC vs. Miami
Get an all-access, behind-the-scenes pass to the Tar Heels' thrilling 45-42 victory over Miami at Kenan Stadium on Saturday. From the team bus to field-level game action to the postgame locker room celebration, re-live all the top moments from UNC's big football win over the Hurricanes.
UNC Linebacker Cedric Gray Striding Forward As Each Game Passes
There is an evolutionary thing going on with North Carolina sophomore Cedric Gray
on the football field. Talented and smart, Gray was thrust into a starting role last month tasked with the responsibility of providing a semblance of balance to fellow inside linebacker Jeremiah Gemmel
that current Minnesota Viking Chazz Surratt
gave the last two seasons. (Tar Heel Illustrated
UNC in NFL: Tar Heel Standouts from Week 6
After missing last week with a knee injury, Rookie wide receiver Dyami Brown
returned to the field against the Kansas City Chiefs and secured three of his six targets to lead all Washington Football Team wide receivers with 30 receiving yards. Against the Las Vegas Raiders, running back Javonte Williams
ripped off a 30+ yard run for the third straight week. (Inside Carolina
Inside The Numbers: UNC vs. Miami
UNC improved to 12-11 all-time against Miami with a 45-42 victory last Saturday. Sam Howell
accounted for four of UNC's six touchdowns. His 11-yard rushing touchdown in the fourth quarter was his 99th touchdown responsible for in his career that spans just 32 games. That figure equals the school mark set by Marquise Williams
from 2012-2015. (GoHeels.com
Video: Vippolis Podcast - UNC Football Turning A Corner?
Former North Carolina wide receiver and current football analyst for Inside Carolina, Taylor Vippolis
is joined by fellow Tar Heel Football lettermen Mike Ingersoll
and E.J. Wilson
to break down UNC's dramatic 45-42 win against the Miami Hurricanes on Saturday at Kenan Stadium.
Big-Play Cole Holcomb Closing in on NFL Stardom
Washington Football Team linebacker Cole Holcomb
is quietly becoming one of the best weak-side linebackers in the NFL. Through six games this season, the North Carolina product ranks seventh in the league with 58 tackles and is one of just two players (Derwin James) to record 50+ tackles, a sack, an interception, and multiple forced fumbles. (Inside Carolina
Steelers’ TE Eric Ebron scores his third career rushing touchdown on five career carries
Over eight NFL seasons, Pittsburgh Steelers' and former UNC tight end Eric Ebron
had only recorded four rushing attempts in 103 career games heading into Sunday night’s clash with the Seattle Seahawks. That’s not that surprising, considering that his job is more about catching passes. But Ebron continued his stellar touchdown-to-carry ratio Sunday. (The Comeback