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Carolina Insider Podcast: Gonzaga Recap, Dean Smith Papers, Football Staff Taking Shape

Break down North Carolina's big basketball win over Gonzaga, take a look at how 's football coaching staff is taking shape and peruse the Papers in Wilson Library in Tuesday's episode of the Carolina Insider podcast. Carolina Insider is a twice-weekly production hosted by Jones Angell and Adam Lucas. (GoHeels.com)

UNC Football Players Graduate

Several North Carolina football players graduated from UNC during the December commencement ceremony. Graduates included safety , wide receiver , kicker , defensive end , offensive tackle , defensive tackle , defensive tackle , and wide receiver . (Inside Carolina)

Mitch Trubisky’s Christmas sweater a big hit

killed it with his pre and postgame attire on Sunday. Trubisky wore a Chicago Bears Christmas sweater to Sunday’s home game against the Green Bay Packers. The best part about the sweater is it has an option where you can light it up. Trubisky asked the media after the game whether they wanted to see it lit up, and he obliged when they said they did. (Larry Brown Sports)

Julius Peppers appeared in Nelly's "Hot in Herre" music video, and his teammates just found out

Nelly is performing at halftime of Monday’s NFL game between the Panthers and Saints, an announcement that excited several players. But that excitement paled in comparison to the joy that spread through the locker room when they learned that 37-year-old defensive end made several appearances in Nelly’s “Hot in Herre” music video in 2002. (Carolina Panthers)

Former UNC running back Shaun Draughn holds coat drive for kids in Tarboro

Retired NFL running back teamed up with a local company for a coat-drive distribution and family fun day on Sunday in Tarboro. Draughn, from Tarboro, is a former UNC football standout and played with several NFL teams in addition to starting the Draughn Family Foundation. The coat drive helped make sure children who need winter coats receive one. (ABC 11)

Mack Brown And UNC Staff Introduced in Smith Center

New North Carolina head football coach spoke at halftime of the UNC-Gonzaga basketball game in the Smith Center on Saturday night. Brown, who was named the UNC head coach on Nov. 27, introduced his coaching staff in front of a packed Smith Center crowd. (Inside Carolina)

An Exam Season Wrap-Up

We’re currently out of the top 150 in the nation in three-point shooting, in the bottom half of the nation in three-point attempts per game and only making eight per game. Despite our tendency to focus on the inside game, it’s just a fact that we’re going to need to hit threes. However, we’ve got two guys who are shooting over 40% from downtown in and . (Argyle Report)

Julius Peppers' coach and teammates marvel at Man of the Year nominee

and Thomas Davis shared a locker room early in their careers, and after seven seasons apart they’ve done so again the past two seasons. Both were on the quiet side in their younger days. Peppers still is. But in what could be the future Hall of Famer’s final season, he’s figuratively found his voice and has become a man of action off the field. (Carolina Panthers)

Bears QB Mitch Trubisky: ‘I was focused on the wrong things’ in return vs. Rams

Quarterback had just played, statistically, the worst game of his pro career — and the Chicago Bears won their most important game of the season. If coach Matt Nagy had any question about which weighed more heavily on Trubisky, he got his answer immediately after the 15-6 victory Sunday night against the Los Angeles Rams. (Chicago Sun-Times)

UNC Basketball, Football Players Sign Silent Sam Protest Letter

Many North Carolina football and basketball players have joined fellow UNC student-athletes and signed an open letter denouncing the university's plans for Silent Sam. Among those who have thrown their support behind the protest of the UNC Board of Trustees' proposed plans include , , , , and . (Inside Carolina)

UNC WR Coach Lonnie Galloway's Ties to North Carolina Run Deep

Born and raised in North Carolina. Went to school in North Carolina. And coached in North Carolina. New UNC wide receivers Lonnie Galloway is North Carolina through and through, so the move to return to his home state after coaching at West Virginia and Louisville makes sense. "It's my home state. It's the flagship university. I've always wanted to be here," Galloway said. (Inside Carolina)

Podcast: Discussing the Phil Longo Hire as UNC's Offensive Coordinator

New North Carolina offensive coordinator Phil Longo joins UNC's staff after being the OC at Ole Miss for the past two seasons. How will his Air Raid offense mesh with the 3-4 attacking style of defense that defensive coordinator Jay Bateman employed at Army? Inside Carolina’s Buck Sanders and Jason Staples join host Jon Seiglie to attempt to answer those questions. (Inside Carolina)
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Football Schedule at a Glance
Last Game:
North Carolina: 28
NC State: 34
Sat, Nov 24 Box Score
ACC Football Scoreboard
Memphis0
at Wake Forest0
Sat Dec 22, 12:00 PM

Boston College0
at Boise State0
Wed Dec 26, 1:30 PM

Minnesota0
at Georgia Tech0
Wed Dec 26, 5:15 PM

Temple0
at Duke0
Thu Dec 27, 1:30 PM

Miami0
at Wisconsin0
Thu Dec 27, 5:15 PM

West Virginia0
at Syracuse0
Fri Dec 28, 5:15 PM

South Carolina0
at Virginia0
Sat Dec 29, 12:00 PM

Notre Dame0
at Clemson0
Sat Dec 29, 4:00 PM

Cincinnati0
at Virginia Tech0
Mon Dec 31, 12:00 PM

Stanford0
at Pittsburgh0
Mon Dec 31, 2:00 PM

NC State0
at Texas A&M0
Mon Dec 31, 7:30 PM

Scores provided by a third-party and may be delayed by a couple of minutes
ACC Football Standings
Coastal DivisionACCOverall
Pittsburgh6-37-6
Georgia Tech5-37-5
Virginia4-47-5
Miami4-47-5
Virginia Tech4-46-6
Duke3-57-5
North Carolina1-72-9

Atlantic DivisionACCOverall
(2) Clemson9-013-0
(17) Syracuse6-29-3
NC State5-39-3
Boston College4-47-5
Wake Forest3-56-6
Florida State3-55-7
Louisville0-82-10

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