Good Morning, Carolina - Aug. 14
Coby White announced that he's chosen to sign with Adidas on Tuesday via Instagram and Twitter. He had also reportedly been considering Jordan Brand.
All three of Carolina's quarterbacks battling for the starting job met with the media on Tuesday afternoon. I'll have a story later today, but for now, here's what they had to say:
Jonathan Alexander of the News & Observer wrote about where the QB battle stands near the halfway point.
The Los Angeles Times took a look at Mack Brown and Les Miles taking on rebuilding situations in their returns to college football.
Walker Kessler, a five-star center and the 16th-ranked player in the Class of 2020, plans to visit Chapel Hill Sept. 20-22. Carolina plays host to Appalachian State on Sept. 21
ESPN published a new Way-Too-Early Top 25 for hoops, and the Heels are holding tight inside the top 10.
Gary Parrish of CBS Sports also has a new Top 25 and one after Oregon picked up a big commitment from N'Faly Dante.
Over at Against All Enemies, an SB Nation blog focused on service academy sports, Mitchell Northam went deep on Jay Bateman's work as defensive coordinator at Army.
Carolina's running backs are expecting a bigger role in the passing game this season.
With just over a week until its launch, the ACC Network still doesn't have deals with several major cable and satellite carriers.
A few days late on this, but Sports Illustrated broke down how Armando Bacot will fit into the lineup this season.
And even if you didn't watch the videos above, know this: Jace Ruder's mustache is simply electric.