Early August's heat and humidity can be draining at North Carolina's football practice fields, but Greg Little still moves with purpose and determination each day. He has firmly set his sights on his sophomore season, and what he can do for his team and his career. "I want to be a 1,000-yard back," Little said. "I know I want to be the best running back in the nation and that's what I'm setting my sights for."
Some Lofty Goals: Little wants to be Tar Heels' next 1,000-yard rusher
The Winston-Salem Journal
Everett Withers, UNC's first-year defensive coordinator, is a man who has seen plenty during a coaching career that has spanned 22 years. From his early days at Austin Peay in the late-80's, to his stints in the NFL with the New Orleans Saints and Tennessee Titans, Withers' body of work has finally brought him back home to North Carolina.
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Things haven't exactly gone the way UNC offensive tackle Garrett Reynolds expected when he signed up to be a Tar Heel. The program is 12-23 during his three-year career so far, but likely to improve this season.
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