Complete coverage of North Carolina Tar Heels Football.
Video: UNC Offensive Line Coach Stacy Searels On Blocking For Air Raid & More
North Carolina offensive line coach Stacy Searles has been well traveled in his career, so he knows what he’s looking at when gauging personnel and how to coach them. Searles met with the media Wednesday at the Kenan Football Center to discuss his position group, how blocking for the Air Raid offense compares to other schemes, and more. (Tar Heel Illustrated
Video: Tommy Thigpen Post-Spring Practice Press Conference
North Carolina Co-Defensive Coordinator and Inside Linebackers Coach, Tommy Thigpen
, meets with the media on Wednesday to discuss this season's Tar Heels team and what it's been like to witness and be a part of the program's ups and downs over the past 30 years as both a player and a coach.
Lonnie Galloway: Air Raid a 'Skill Players's Dream'
North Carolina wide receivers coach Lonnie Galloway doesn't think it will be hard to sell recruits on the opportunities in UNC's new Air Raid system under offensive coordinator Phil Longo. "I have seen it produce first-round draft picks. I have seen people catch 27 touchdowns in this system. I have seen Biletnikoff finalists in this system. It is a skill player's dream." (Inside Carolina
North Carolina Football: Tar Heels' 2019 Schedule Analysis
Rebuilding UNC football is going to be a process for Mack Brown
. Besides the Coastal Division opponents and the crossover with NC State, UNC will face an ACC opponent in a non-conference game, an SEC foe, one of America's best Group of 5 teams, and the defending national champs. Undoubtedly, they can’t wait to see Mercer in November. (Athlon Sports
Tim Brewster On Why He Came Back to UNC, TEs, Recruiting & More
For Tim Brewster, leaving Texas A&M and returning to North Carolina joining Mack Brown
’s second run as the program’s head coach was about completing unfinished business. Brewster was with Brown for nine seasons from the late 1980s into the 90s. Their final two Tar Heels’ teams went 21-3 and finished ranked in the top 10 both seasons. (Tar Heel Illustrated
Video: A look at the company remodeling UNC football's locker room
New North Carolina football coach Mack Brown
not only is reinventing the Tar Heels' football program during his second stint in Chapel Hill, he's also in the process of having UNC's locker room renovated. Take a look at Longhorn Lockers, the company leading the project and some of the impressive work they've done with other teams.
ACC teams look to answer questions at quarterback
Ten ACC schools faced questions of varying degrees of urgency at quarterback this spring. Eight of those schools lost a starter from last year either due to graduation, transfer, early NFL draft declaration, or disciplinary issues. Only a handful of schools seem to have solidified their QB spots. UNC has two redshirt freshmen and a true freshman vying for the job. (Associated Press
Mack Brown, Roy Williams to Compete in 2019 Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl Challenge
UNC football coach Mack Brown
and basketball coach Roy Williams
will represent the Tar Heels in the Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl Challenge charity golf tournament. Both coaches will compete for a share of the $650,000 scholarship and charity purse. The team's winnings will be split between an endowed scholarship at UNC and Champions Off the Field. (GoHeels.com
UNC Running Back Javonte Williams Emerges from Spring With Major Buzz
Overlooked as a high school recruit and only offered by North Carolina late in the 2018 cycle when the staff realized it would have room for his commitment, Javonte Williams
came to UNC with something to prove. Williams has parlayed late playing time in 2018 into a strong spring campaign and has now risen up UNC's running back depth chart. (Inside Carolina
UNC Defensive Coordinator Jay Bateman Explains His Defense
North Carolina defensive coordinator Jay Bateman explained his unique defensive philosophies and approach on Wednesday at the Kenan Football Center. "The main thing I try to do is I try to find who are best eleven players are and play those guys. We’re going to solve our problems with aggression. If I’m pressuring, that limits how many plays you can run." (Tar Heel Illustrated
New football coaches at UNC, ECU use spring to examine rosters
Although Mack Brown
said his team still has plenty of issues to iron out, especially depth on defense, holdovers such as defensive end Tomon Fox
came away encouraged by what they saw Saturday. “Coming out here for the spring game, it made us feel like everything is starting over. It’s like we won the day today and we’re starting the season 1-0.” (North State Journal
Video: Tim Brewster on why he returned to Chapel Hill to coach with Mack Brown
North Carolina football Assistant Head Coach and Tight Ends Coach Tim Brewster discusses why he returned to coach with Mack Brown
in Chapel Hill following a successful 9-year coaching run with Brown during his first tenure at UNC.