Preview the August issue!

The 64-page August Football Preview issue of the <i>Inside Carolina</i> magazine will be shipped out next week to subscribers and newsstands! Take a peek at some of the issue's features ...

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Here's a preview of some of the features in this month's issue ...

Carolina's coaches and rising defensive stars hope a new focus on the simple things will make all the difference against tough 2004 competition.
By Mark Simpson-Vos
(PHOTO: Jim Hawkins/Inside Carolina)
It'll once again be up to the offense to shoulder much of the load for North Carolina in 2004, but if the defense can at least show moderate improvement, the stockpile of offensive weapons could be enough to produce some surprising results.
By Andy Britt
(PHOTO: Jim Hawkins/Inside Carolina)
While there are a number of senior performers who will play an integral role in the coming season, underclassmen can be found throughout North Carolina's depth chart and how quickly they develop will dictate how the 2004 season shapes up.
By Buck Sanders
(PHOTO: Jim Hawkins/Inside Carolina)
IC sits down for a one-on-one with the head coach.

"We know that we are a better football team than we were last year."
By J.B. Cissell
(PHOTO: Jim Hawkins/Inside Carolina)
Some of the nation's elite programs will be coming to Chapel Hill this fall, as North Carolina's 2004 slate is filled with top-notch competition.
By Ben Sherman
(PHOTO: Miami Sports Info)
In only two years, Chris Keldorf left quite a mark on Chapel Hill. During his brief tenure as a Tar Heel, the stately quarterback led North Carolina to a remarkable 21-3 record and littered the school record books.
By Jack Morton
(PHOTO: Getty Images)
Three decades ago, head coach Bill Dooley relied upon inexperienced talent to re-energize a program coming off a disappointing season–a situation remarkably similar to that of the current Tar Heels.
By Scott Cline
(PHOTO: Daily Tar Heel)
Marvin Williams arrived in Chapel Hill this summer to get an early start on his college basketball career. His decision to forgo the NBA draft and enroll at North Carolina was just another case of choosing the best path for himself.
By Tim Lovell
(PHOTO: Larry Steagall/The Sun)
And many more articles and features not mentioned above, including in-depth analysis, expert recruiting coverage and fantastic photography ...

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