Complete coverage of North Carolina Tar Heels Football.
UNC’s Roy Williams and Mack Brown Team Up For North Carolina Voting Video
As part of the 2020 Voting Playbook by Yahoo Sports, UNC head men’s basketball and football coaches — Roy Williams
and Mack Brown
— took part in a video explaining what you need to know in order to vote in North Carolina. The Voting Playbook has sports stars related to each state explaining similar details about their state’s election system. (Chapelboro.com
Pittsburgh Steelers confident TE Eric Ebron will become bigger part of game plan
Given the lack of offseason workouts and preseason games, it probably is not surprising that Pittsburgh Steelers tight end Eric Ebron
, who is in the first year of a two-year, $12 million contract, is still trying to find his footing in the offense. “Keep watching,” coach Mike Tomlin said. “We are pleased with the development of Ebron and his role within our system.” (Pittsburgh Tribune-Review
Amazing Numbers: 3 Weeks Between Football Games & More
After UNC's effort to find a new opponent for this weekend was unsuccessful, the Tar Heels will go three weeks in between football games for the first time since 1952. THI combed over every season in UNC history and came up with the following information on cancellations and the longest periods in between regular-season games for the Tar Heels. (Tar Heel Illustrated
Carolina Insider Podcast: Marvin Williams Interview, Football Layoff, and More
Jones Angell and Adam Lucas discuss how UNC is handling the long stretch between football games. Next, Marvin Williams
discusses his decision to retire from the NBA, and much more. Then, the guys decide the Iceland vs. New Zealand debate by getting first-hand knowledge from two former UNC Women's Soccer players.
Ja'Qurious Conley's Time Is Here, Already
The news caught Ja'Qurious Conley
by surprise last week. Myles Wolfolk
, a graduate student who has two degrees from North Carolina, was ruled academically ineligible Sept. 17. The fallout forced the UNC football staff to move Trey Morrison
from starting nickelback to strong safety in place of Wolfolk and slide Conley into the starting spot at nickelback. (Tar Heel Illustrated
Podcast: The Backstory - 1993 Tar Heels Make Magic in Disneyland
Joey Powell of Inside Carolina shares insights from some of the key participants in the 1993 Disneyland Pigskin Classic between North Carolina and the USC Trojans, to help tell the story of just how Mack Brown
and the Tar Heels would make themselves at home on college football’s national scene.
Chansky’s Notebook: The Irish Dream
UNC punter Ben Kiernan
grew up in Dublin on rugby and had never seen a game of American football, much less played one. His parents moved their family to Raleigh before Ben’s last year in middle school and he went out for the football team pretty much as a lark. He later went to a Charlotte kicking camp run by former Tar Heel kicker Dan Orner
Video: Carolina Insider Live - September 24, 2020
Jones Angell and Adam Lucas host another edition of "Carolina Insider Live," featuring an in-depth interview with former UNC Basketball great and recent NBA retiree Marvin Williams
, a look at UNC Football's long layoff, a visit from the AFCA Coaches Trophy awarded to college football's national champion, and much more.
Ja'Qurious Conley's Natural Fit at Nickelback
When true freshman Ja'Qurious Conley
found out this he would be taking over a starting role in North Carolina's defense, he called his mother and cried. Conley admits she doesn't know much about football, but they shared a special moment. "I started crying and I was like, 'Mom, I'm finally getting an opportunity to play' and she started crying with me." (Inside Carolina
Video: UNC Football - A 40 Year Decision
Football coach Mack Brown has seven former players from his first stint in Chapel Hill working on the UNC staff. Listen to Coach Brown, Rick Steinbacher, Dre Bly, Dwight Hollier
, Corey Holliday
, Clint Gwaltney
, Tommy Thigpen, and Kevin Donnalley reinforce the message that becoming a Tar Heel is a 40-year decision, not a 4-year decision.