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Tracking UNC Football's Roster Movement Heading into 2020

UNC Football's offseason heading into 2019 was full of changes. There was natural attrition, transfers in and out, medical retirements, and underclassmen entering the NFL. This offseason appears to be less volatile. Let's examine the roster changes and movement so far for the Tar Heels as they begin offseason conditioning ahead of spring practice. (Inside Carolina)

UNC Ranked No. 14 In Pro Football Focus Way-Too-Early Top 25

14. North Carolina - displayed an outrageous, rocket-launcher arm as a freshman in 2019. He had the second most 20-plus yard touchdowns in the country —behind only Joe Burrow. Receiver was the recipient of some of these targets and produced the second highest PFF grade on those from the slot. This offense is loaded. (Pro Football Focus)

Early ACC Football Predictions for 2020

After a standout freshman season, North Carolina quarterback has the Tar Heels poised to push for a Coastal Division title in 2020. North Carolina faces a tough start to the season with a trip to UCF and a neutral site game against Auburn on tap. However, Virginia Tech visits Chapel Hill in a crucial matchup that could decide the Coastal. (Athlon Sports)

Podcast: The Waiting Game

Host Tommy Ashley joints Greg Barnes, Ross Martin, and Gregory Hall of Inside Carolina to discuss the latest news and notes on North Carolina Basketball and Football. Barnes, Martin, and Hall cover the Tar Heels and offer their insight into both programs over the course of this podcast. Read More...

Extra Points: The Legend of Danny Talbott

played three sports on UNC freshman teams in 1963-64 and then gave up basketball because he didn't think he could play professionally. Talbott led the ACC with 1,477 yards of offense and was named ACC player of the year in 1965. Talbott made first-team All-ACC three years running in baseball, and led UNC to the 1966 College World Series. (GoHeels.com)

Danny Talbott: Quintessential Athlete

North Carolina lost a legend Sunday, with the passing of three-sport star . UNC football coach called him “one of the greatest Tar Heels to come through Chapel Hill.” UNC baseball coach described him as "one of the best, if not the best, athletes to ever come through this university." Get to know Talbott and his accomplishments. (Inside Carolina)

College football's potential sleepers in 2020

What's not to like in Chapel Hill? It hasn't taken long for buy-in, which was priority No. 1 for in his first season. With a young roster, North Carolina played eight games that were decided by a touchdown or less, a testament to the team's resiliency and quality game-planning. Heralded four-star quarterback had a season to remember. (247 Sports)

UNC Football All Over 2020 Preseason Top 25 Lists

Following the 2019 college football National Championship game, many national outlets have begun to release their early 2020 preseason top 25 lists. And the Tar Heels are all over them. It's a stark contrast to just a few years ago when injuries decimated the UNC roster and Carolina only won five games in two seasons. Now UNC football has expectations. (Inside Carolina)

Former UNC football and baseball star Danny Talbott dies at 75

, one of the most revered athletes in UNC history, died Sunday morning at his home in Rocky Mount. He was 75. He was a three-sport athlete at UNC. He played baseball and football there from 1963 to 1967, and basketball for a couple of months on the freshman team. The former quarterback won ACC Player of the Year in football in 1965. (Charlotte Observer)

Sam Howell garnering attention as 2020 Heisman contender

North Carolina quarterback just finished one of the best freshman seasons in college football history and doesn’t look ready to slow down anytime soon. 2020 Heisman odds were released following the National Championship this week. and the Tar Heel QB comes in at a tie for 10th with Alabama QB Mac Jones and LSU QB Myles Brennan. (Tar Heel Blog)
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Football Schedule at a Glance
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North Carolina: 55
Temple: 13
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ACC Football Standings
Coastal DivisionACCOverall
Virginia6-39-5
Virginia Tech5-38-5
Pittsburgh4-48-5
North Carolina4-47-6
Miami4-46-7
Duke3-55-7
Georgia Tech2-63-9

Atlantic DivisionACCOverall
(2) Clemson9-014-1
Louisville5-38-5
Wake Forest4-48-5
Florida State4-46-7
Boston College4-46-7
Syracuse2-65-7
NC State1-74-8

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