Good Morning, Carolina - Aug. 12

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On Saturday, players discussed the positives and negatives of Saturday's scrimmage, with the defense having the upper hand. Mack Brown shared his thoughts on Sunday, praising his defense and explaining how the offense can improve.

Plenty of video content from the weekend: Brown's full 12-minute availability, an interesting conversation with Aaron Crawford, Antonio Williams thoughts on the scrimmage and a few minutes with Charlie Heck, too. 

Pat James had a story on a reunion of members of the Carolina Football Family on Saturday.

Gregory Hall of Inside Carolina went in-depth on redshirt freshman Ed Montilus, who has impressed teammates and coaches in camp on his way to locking down the starting job at left guard.

Here's another review of the scrimmage from Greg Barnes of Inside Carolina.

Yahoo! Sports compiled a list of the nation's most intriguing coaches, and Mack Brown earned a mention.

Nike is dropping a collection of college-inspired sneakers. Here's a review of Carolina's Nike React Element 55 from Sneaker News.

Jupiter Wilson, a former Carolina lineman and now coach at Hickory Ridge High School, has been documenting his weight-loss journey on Twitter. As of Sunday, he's posted an update for 255 consecutive days.

Five-star forward Ziare Williams announced a top-seven on Saturday, and Carolina is among the finalists. Ranked seventh overall in the class of 2020, Williams also included Stanford and former Carolina assistant Jerod Haase.

Both Tar Heels soccer teams have big expectations this season, according to Tar Heel Blog.

Former Heel Jordon Brown is expected to make an impact at Kansas State after joining the program as a graduate transfer.

Paul Myerberg of USA Today calls Carolina a "borderline bowl team" in his ACC projections for this season.

This week in Carolina football

We'll hear from offensive coordinator Phil Longo on Monday before getting to speak with the trio of quarterbacks, Cade Fortin, Sam Howell and Jace Ruder, on Tuesday for the first time during camp. 

Wednesday brings an off-day, then Thursday we'll hear from defensive coordinator Jay Bateman. The second scrimmage is set for Saturday, and Mack Brown will be available on Sunday after reviewing the film.