Shoop credits the determination of the players, who had a myriad of schemes and theories thrown at them in the spring, and his offensive coaching staff, which cut down the playbook after determining what worked and what didn't.
Shoop makes the call
Raleigh News & Observer
Tate's scoring plays were electrifying -- his touchdown catches measured 39 yards and 51 yards, respectively -- but his least memorable catch might have been his most impressive. With UNC facing third and 11 at its own 37-yard line in the third quarter, Tate ran a precise route to the sideline and came back to meet the ball as he made a 12-yard catch to move the chains.
Tate aiming to be great
By the time the season rolled around, Yates no longer was a mystery man. Still, his numbers in the first two games, as well as the extraordinary poise he displayed, raised a few eyebrows.
QB calls a career audible
Greensboro News & Record