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Thursday Football Player Interviews: Carter, Newsome, Gemmel & Conley

UNC true freshman defensive back speaks about getting ready for his first start and elements of other players such as returning punts. Running back Michael Carter and linebacker also offer perspectives on the Tar Heels. Here are video interviews of the four players along with some notes and quotes. (Tar Heel Illustrated)

Safety Don Chapman’s Arrival at UNC

committed and decommitted from Colorado and Washington State his senior year. He didn’t decommit from WSU until Dec. 21, 2018. Jay Bateman was hired at UNC as co-defensive coordinator and safeties coach two weeks earlier. With Chapman’s recruitment re-opened, it was the perfect opportunity to make the safety a Tar Heel. (Inside Carolina)

Tar Heels Adjusting, Essentially Starting Anew

admittedly has a jokester side to his personality. He calls it being a “smart aleck” and his players have all witnessed this side of the North Carolina coach more than a few times. So, when Brown told his team following last Thursday’s practice that Charlotte, the Heels’ slated opponent two days later, had cancelled the game, they didn’t exactly believe him. (Tar Heel Illustrated)

Eric Ebron's got a message for all the Mitch Trubisky haters

It’s no secret that Chicago Bears quarterback doesn’t have many supporters after an underwhelming three-year career. In fact, he’s everyone’s favorite punching bag, especially in the media. That’s the message Pittsburgh Steelers tight end , Trubisky’ former college teammate at North Carolina, has for all the Trubisky haters. (USA Today)

Trey Morrison Embracing New Role At Safety

's new job, well his new main job, is at strong safety, and with it means Morrison must constantly talk with the rest of the defense, which wasn’t previously part of his job description. “I’ve got to communicate way more,” Morrison said following UNC’s practice Wednesday. It’s not that Morrison is a complete stranger to his new starting role. (Tar Heel Illustrated)

UNC Football Making the Most Out of Lengthy Open Period

While the downside of not playing the 49ers last weekend and not having a replacement this weekend is significant in a financial sense as well as not having another game to polish miscues before the heart of the ACC schedule at Boston College on Oct. 3 – the silver lining is a second stint of training camp to help make up for the loss of spring practice. (Inside Carolina)

Trey Morrison, Sam Howell Discuss The Constant Changes & More

and met with the media Wednesday to discuss last week’s game cancellation and how the team is responding. Morrison discussed his position switch from corner to safety. Howell talked about the effect of timing when not playing games, what he and offensive coordinator Phil Longo have refined and added, plus much more. (Tar Heel Illustrated)

How UNC Punter Ben Kiernan Found His Calling

Although UNC always seemed like a potential fit to , it wasn’t until former punter abruptly left the Tar Heels in the spring of 2018 that they started recruiting him. Quickly, Ben developed a rapport with then-head coach ; his son Dillon, a special teams quality control assistant; and special teams coordinator Luke Paschall. (Inside Carolina)

UNC Knows The Feeling After Notre Dame-Wake Forest Game Is Postponed

Notre Dame vs Wake Forest is the latest COVID-19 postponement. The game this weekend on hold after the Irish found seven new positive tests on their football team. That and the associated contact tracing nixed their trip to Winston-Salem. UNC knows all about that pain having had its game against Charlotte canceled last Saturday for similar reasons. (WTVD)

Video: UNC Football Schedule Talk & Answering Mailbag Questions

Greg Barnes and Ross Martin of Inside Carolina join host Tommy Ashley to break down news around the UNC Football program as the Tar Heels are in the middle of a 20-day stretch without a game due to a cancellation and an open week. With the last several days filled with attempts to fill a scheduled void, Barnes and Martin share their thoughts. Read More...
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Football Schedule at a Glance
Last Game:
North Carolina: 31
Syracuse: 6
Sat, Sep 12 Box Score
Upcoming Games:
UNC at Boston College
Sat, Oct 3 3:30 ET ABC or ESPN
UNC vs. Virginia Tech
Sat, Oct 10 TBD
UNC at Florida State
Sat, Oct 17 TBD Tickets
ACC Football Standings
TeamACCOverall
(1) Clemson1-02-0
(7) Notre Dame1-02-0
(11) North Carolina1-01-0
(12) Miami1-02-0
(21) Pittsburgh1-02-0
Boston College1-01-0
NC State1-01-0
Georgia Tech1-01-1
(20) Virginia Tech0-00-0
Virginia0-00-0
(24) Louisville0-11-1
Florida State0-10-1
Syracuse0-20-2
Wake Forest0-20-2
Duke0-20-2

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