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Video: Locked On Tar Heels - British Brooks out, who's RB1? Projecting OL starters, NIL news

Host Isaac Schade offers his projections for UNC's starting running back in the wake of ' season-ending injury. The Tar Heels offensive line will look to bounce back under new line coach Jack Bicknell. And we break down the confusing and overwhelming number of NIL opportunities for UNC student-athletes. (View Video)

Video: "Portraits" Episode 3 - Mack Brown

James Bates joins to reminisce on Brown’s beginnings in Cookville, Tennessee and his biggest inspiration in life and football – his grandfather. Next, Coach Brown provides insight into his approach to recruiting, his collection of Air Jordans, and how much of his wife Sally's influence can be seen throughout Kenan Stadium. (View Video)

UNC Freshman Running Backs Could Arrive Sooner Than Expected Due to Injury

The future might be now for UNC at running back. The season-ending injury suffered by senior robs the Tar Heels of a team leader and presumed starter. noted the emergence of true freshman running backs and Omarion Hampton as one of UNC’s promising preseason developments during training camp. (Inside Carolina)

Tar Heels in NFL: Howell, Trubisky get off to good starts; Chandler makes big impression

It was a good weekend of exhibition games for the two UNC quarterbacks in the NFL on Saturday, with Commanders rookie putting on a show off the bench and new Steeler playing well as a starter. made an excellent first impression in his Minnesota debut with a 56-yard kickoff return and five carries for 50 yards. (Tar Heel Tribune)

UNC Football Preseason Camp Report, Day 14: Myles Murphy, RaRa Dillworth, Asim Richards

UNC held its 14th and final practice of preseason camp Sunday at the Koman Practice Complex, and afterward, three Tar Heels fielded questions from the media. Here are videos of interviews with defensive lineman , linebacker , and offensive tackle , along with notes and quotes from what they had to say. (Tar Heel Illustrated)

Drake Maye Among Athlon's Projected College Football Breakout Players

has to hold off in a tight battle for the starting quarterback spot at UNC. But assuming Maye wins the job, the ceiling is high for the North Carolina native directing this offense The top-100 recruit took a redshirt year last fall after recording snaps in four games. Maye's sample size was small, but the limited work was impressive. (Athlon Sports)

Video: Sam Howell Exhibition Highlights vs. Carolina Panthers

Former North Carolina quarterback made his NFL debut Saturday afternoon for the Washington Commanders as they faced off against the Carolina Panthers in an early season exhibition contest. By all accounts, Howell's debut was a success as he was 9-of-16 passing for 145 yards while rushing for 19 yards and 2 TDs. Check out his highlights. (YouTube)

UNC Running Back British Brooks Suffers Season-Ending Injury

UNC's projected starting running back will miss the 2022 season after suffering an injury during Saturday night's practice. A school official confirmed the season-ending lower body injury. This is the second major injury for UNC this preseason. Starting wide receiver injured his shoulder last week will miss part of the season. (Inside Carolina)

Tar Heels Not Shying Away From Praising Loaded Defensive Front

The number one narrative coming from UNC Football’s preseason camp over the last few weeks is its gifted defensive front. And they most certainly are. Among the ten players that could be in the rotation this season, one was a 5-star in high school, and six were 4-star recruits. In addition, seven of the players were rated at No. 140 or better in their class. (Tar Heel Illustrated)

Sam Howell puts on show in NFL exhibition debut

may have been the Washington Commanders’ third quarterback in Saturday’s 23–21 loss to the Carolina Panthers in the exhibition opener for both teams, but he was easily the most impressive. The fifth-round pick out of UNC was 9 of 16 passing for 143 yards, completed a two-point conversion pass and ran for 19 yards and two touchdowns. (Tar Heel Tribune)
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