Goddard Giving Back

Where Are They Now? Checking in on Trimane Goddard (UNC safety, 2004-08), who has been drawn to opportunities to help those in need.
November 26, 2015

Goddard Named 2nd Team All-America

CHAPEL HILL, N.C. --- North Carolina safety Trimane Goddard has been named to the 2008 Walter Camp All-America second team.
December 11, 2008

Goddard Out For 2006 Season

CHAPEL HILL, N.C. --- Trimane Goddard is expected to be sidelined for the 2006 season. North Carolina's starting strong safety suffered a fractured fifth metatarsal bone in his left foot while pushing off in a practice drill on Saturday afternoon.
August 8, 2006

Q&A with Trimane Goddard

CHAPEL HILL, N.C. --- As the North Carolina defense shut down Virginia, perhaps no Tar Heel's performance was more impressive than that of Trimane Goddard. In the sophomore strong safety's first start, he "played extremely well," according to head coach John Bunting. Read and listen to what Goddard had to say in this Q&A with the media ...
October 26, 2005

Marvelous Marque Hall Visits Vols

With Demonte Bolden seemingly firm on his commitment to Tennessee and Jesse Mahelona already on campus, Marque Hall of Marshville, N.C., isn't critical to the Vols recruiting class, but he would be a heck of a bonus for a team that runs D-linemen in and out of games in waves.
January 23, 2004

Up Close with Trimane Goddard

Andy is back this season with his unique player features of North Carolina's football commitments. Today, he heads to Robersonville, N.C. to profile Roanoke athlete Trimane Goddard.
January 23, 2004

Goddard talks about his commitment

Trimane Goddard favored different schools throughout his recruitment but settled on the Tar Heels after his official visit to Chapel Hill.
January 16, 2004

Top CB Chooses N.C. Over UT

In the ever evolving world of recruiting, change is the only constant and the status quo is mutability. In keeping with that concept, commitments are only as good as the paper they're not written on and expecting a prospect to keep a scheduled visit is like being on standby at the airport.
January 14, 2004