North Carolina Rumors & News

  • North Carolina lands highly touted OG William Barnes

    Orlando Sentinel "Apopka’s William Barnes and Ed Montilus have been inseparable through the years, even before teaming up along the offensive line at Apopka. That bond will remain intact on the football field at the University of North Carolina later this fall. The duo used Wednesday’s National Signing Day to..." February 07

  • Miami’s famed turnover chain creator previously banned from interacting with UNC athletes

    Raleigh News & Observer "Miami’s “turnover chain” has become a charming detail in one of college football’s best stories – that of the Hurricanes’ national resurgence. The chain, glitzy and gold and featuring a gaudy orange and green Miami logo, has become fodder for announcers during broadcasts of Miami football games,..." November 18

  • North Carolina State's Dave Doeren Wants to Know Why Clemson Had a Laptop on the Sidelines

    The Big Lead "North Carolina State came up short at home against Clemson, 38-31. Wolfpack coach Dave Doeren led off his press conference by critiquing the officials and asking questions about a laptop on Clemson’s sideline. We’ve yet to see photographic evidence of the laptop in question on social..." November 05

  • North Carolina’s leading receiver out with season-ending injury

    College Football Talk "The injury news has gone from bad to worse for North Carolina. On its injury report released ahead of its game against Georgia Tech, UNC revealed that Austin Proehl is now out for the remainder of the 2017 season. The football program didn’t specify, at all, what type of injury with which the..." September 29

  • College football's 10 most disappointing teams: High hopes already turned to despair

    USA Today "All those preseason hopes and dreams can go up in smoke in four quarters. By the end of Week 2, meanwhile, it’s possible to start making grand statements about more than a handful of teams across the Football Bowl Subdivision. I’m talking about the catastrophes, the letdowns, the early lemons..." September 12