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As North Carolina running back Greg Little continues to learn the running back position, he already has realized a valuable lesson this season. "You can't hit a home run on every play," he said. "But if you just try to get a base hit, then another base hit, then another, the home run will eventually come."
Little looks to connect
The News and Observer

North Carolina senior wide receiver and return specialist Brandon Tate, who leads the nation with 616 all-purpose yards, found a couple of minutes to talk to the Times-Union as he and his teammates prepare for Saturday's Coastal Division showdown against Virginia Tech.
Expanded role suits Tar Heels' Tate just fine
The Jacksonville Times-Union

Ask Johnny White "What's new?" and be prepared for a long answer. A position switch, playing on a North Carolina football team fired up about its 2-0 start and a statement game coming up Saturday vs. Virginia Tech has the former Asheville High standout pumped up about the future.
UNC's White has a lot going for himself
The Asheville Citizen-Times

With remote control in hand, T.J. Yates moves the red dot to another spot on the projection screen on the opposite side of the room.
UNC's T.J. Yates has improved on the field by putting in more time in the video room
The Durham Herald-Sun

T.J. Yates and John Shoop's exhaustive film study led to Brandon Tate's 57-yard touchdown reception when North Carolina faced McNeese State earlier this season.
Film study paid off with McNeese TD
The Durham Herald-Sun

Brandon Tate has a simple philosophy when he gets his hands on the football. There's no room for a safe 4-yard reception or calling fair catch on a punt to avoid a hard hit from an oncoming defender.
Virginia Tech to face Brandon Tate, North Carolina
The Associated Press

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