North Carolina says it has paused voluntary football workouts for at least a week after reporting 37 positive test results for the new coronavirus among school athletes, coaches and staff.
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You can argue they're the two most important people on the field. So who are the top QB-coach duos in college football?
- UNC halts voluntary workouts after positive tests
- CB Grimes, No. 6 in ESPN 300, picks Tar Heels
- UNC's Brown eyes distancing upon return to work
- North Carolina lands 11th recruit from ESPN 300
Oklahoma, UNC and Alabama all made big splashes that reshaped the top 25 recruiting classes.
Cornerback Tony Grimes, the No. 6-ranked prospect in the ESPN 300, committed to North Carolina on Tuesday, picking the Tar Heels over Georgia, Ohio State and Texas A&M.
It's anyone's guess whether the college football season will stick to its script, but if it does, here are the most important games for each of the Top 25 teams.
Five-star cornerback Tony Grimes will choose from his list of schools that includes Georgia, North Carolina, Ohio State and Texas A&M on Tuesday at 5 p.m. ET.
The Coastal Division can be difficult to predict, with seven different champions in the past seven seasons, but the Tar Heels, Hurricanes and Hokies appear to have an edge.
Where will Tommy Brockermeyer, Korey Foreman, Tony Grimes and other top 2021 college football prospects land?
These players from college football's Top 25 teams have gone largely under the radar, but that could change this season.
How Tennessee, North Carolina and other college football teams have surprised in recruiting so far.
Trevor Lawrence, Dylan Moses and Matt Barkley are among the college football recruits who entered their freshman seasons with high expectations.
A new season, a new roster rife with talent. But who's the most exciting player on each team? Here's a look at what our experts think.
Five years away from coaching gave Mack Brown a greater appreciation for college football, win or lose.
Adam Rittenberg breaks down the most coveted top jobs in the sport.
College football players throughout the country have protested on their campuses and social media feeds in recent days, underscoring a massive call for justice and action and highlighting a major shift by seizing control of the conversation.
Former Maryland standout Keith Gatlin reflects on the Terrapins' surprising overtime victory over North Carolina, a game that will re-air Tuesday night on ESPN.
There's no denying the Ohio State and Clemson QBs are superstars, but who isn't getting enough attention? And who's being overhyped?
From the origins of Appalachian State mascot Yosef to Florida's coach getting arrested in Cuba during the 1912 Bacardi Bowl, these are just a few of the hard-to-believe stories for college football's top teams.
North Carolina head coach Mack Brown kicks off the podcast with Kevin Negandhi, talking about how he's dealing with coaching a football team and focusing on his own health during the pandemic, figuring out protocol for when went players and coaches return (10:04), and the options being examined for fans in the stands. They also get into his second act at UNC, Sam Howell, his dance moves (28:14), what's changed the most since he left coaching, what he would change about college football (37:25), his relationship with Michael Jordan and naming a play after Kevin he used against Temple in last season's bowl game.
Michael Thomas, J.J. Watt and Baker Mayfield are among former under-the-radar recruits who became stars in college and in the NFL.
With student-athletes restricted from campuses, we look at how players are staying in shape and how their respective programs are holding them accountable.
Clemson, Ohio State and Alabama top our list, but what other teams are poised for upcoming success?
Mack Brown said Monday that he and his wife, Sally, have been careful about their own social distancing measures not only to keep themselves safe but to keep from infecting others.