North Carolina Tar Heels News for March 5, 2014
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Spring Practice Highlights

Watch our collection of video clips from portions of North Carolina's first spring practice Wednesday in Chapel Hill.

Fedora touches on spring topics

Larry Fedora discusses the first day of spring ball, the scrapped 10-second rule, and other topics inside.

Scott's Big Move [$]

A conversation with his coaches led UNC veteran Tim Scott to make a move to free safety for the 2014 season.

Spring Practice: Photo Gallery [$]

CHAPEL HILL, N.C. --- UNC held its first session of spring practice on Wednesday and's photographer was there ...

Tar Heels top Davidson, 10-3

No. 15 North Carolina won its seventh straight game with a 10-3 defeat of Davidson Tuesday afternoon at Boshamer Stadium.

Spring Practice Day One Photo Gallery

Check out over 60 exclusive images from Wednesday's first spring practice session of the 2014 season for the Tar Heels in Chapel Hill.

Switzer eager to get back to work

UNC sophomore playmaker Ryan Switzer talks about the return of spring football once again in Chapel Hill.

Wednesday Practice Insider [$]

Come inside Blue Heaven for our comprehensive insider notes from Wednesday's first spring practice for the Tar Heels.

UNC begins spring practice seeking to pick up where it left off...

The Tar Heels won six of their final seven games last season, and coach Larry Fedora wants to keep the momentum going through spring practice.Click to Continue »

Williams Ready for QB Battle [$]

CHAPEL HILL, N.C. – Marquise Williams entered North Carolina’s opening spring practice on Wednesday as the frontrunner for the starting quarterback job. The junior signal caller is well aware, however, that he has to win the job to earn the final nod.

ICTV: Marquise Williams Interview [$]

CHAPEL HILL, NC - The quarterback talks about the new offensive staff, what he learned from last season, and fighting for a starting spot.

ICTV: Fedora Post Practice [$]

CHAPEL HILL, NC - The head football coach addressed the media following UNC's first spring practice on Wednesday.

ICTV: Spring Practice Footage [$]

CHAPEL HILL, NC - Clips from Carolina's first spring football practice of the season this Wednesday, March 5th.

2015 Target: Jay Gibbs [$]

MATTHEWS, N.C. --- North Carolina was the school that Jay Gibbs, a 6-foot-4, 240-pound linebacker from David Butler High School, dreamed of attending growing up.

Tommy Tomlinson on Dean Smith

ESPN's Tommy Tomlinson brings us the most in-depth and heartbreaking look to date into Dean Smith's fading health. Offered without comment except to say it is an incredibly sad and difficult read. Precious Memories by Tommy Tomlinson

UNC's ACC Tournament Seeding Possibilities

With one game left on UNC's regular season schedule, the potential scenarios for next week's ACC Tournament are fairly simple. Virginia has clinched the #1 seed for the ACC Tournament. The Tar Heels have three possible seed options still on the table. #2 seed UNC is the #2 seed if the Tar Heels beat Duke and Syracuse loses to Florida State. #3 seed UNC will be the #3 seed with a win over Duke and Syracuse wins against Florida State. #4 seed If UNC loses to Duke they will be the #4 seed regar

Thad: Turnaround Artists [$]

Try as events might, the magic around Carolina basketball refuses to go away.

Ratliffe Has ‘Awesome’ Experience [$]

Jaylend Ratliffe was momentarily speechless when attempting to discuss his recent visit to North Carolina for a Junior Day in February.

Heels push through for 12th straight

UNC gave up a 14-point halftime lead but rallied down the stretch to pick up its 12th straight win, 63-61 over Notre Dame.

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