Giovani Bernard

North Carolina Tar Heels #26 -

  • Height: 5-10
  • Weight: 205

Better To Know An Opponent: North Carolina

This week in our Q & A series, we welcome our friends from the state to the south Tar Heel Blog, SB Nation's North Carolina blog. Make sure to check out all the good stuff they do. Brian Barbour,...

By the Numbers: North Carolina v. South Carolina

Unless Bryn Renner and the Tar Heels improve on offense in passing situations and the redzone, expect them to struggle to match up against the Gamecocks on Thursday night.

Atlantic Coast Convos: Previewing UNC Football

in this week's Atlantic Coast Convos podcast, Dan and John give Syracuse fans a glimpse of what to expect from North Carolina, while talking about plenty of unrelated things like beer, too.

Gio Is a Bengal

The most electric tailback to suit up in Carolina blue in a decade officially begins his NFL career as Giovani Bernard is selected by the Cincinnati Bengals with the second pick of the second...

Cooper Drafted by Arizona

Jonathan Cooper became the first Tar Heel selected in the 2012 NFL draft when he was picked Cooper arrived in Chapel Hill at a time when Butch Davis was desperate to salvage an understaffed and...

NN Community Mock Draft: The Bengals select ...

The Niners Nation Community Mock Draft moves to pick No. 53, which belongs to the Cincinnati Bengals.

SBN NFL bloggers mock: Bengals pick Bernard

The Bengals are in need of an upgrade at running back.

Eddie Lacy doesn't impress at Alabama workouts

The Crimson Tide running back reportedly looked a little out of shape to at least one scout.

The NFL Draft's most underrated running backs

We unveil our All-Underrated Team, continuing with the running backs.

2013 ACC Schedule Released: Not Fun For Hokie Fans

The 2013 ACC schedule has FINALLY been released, and based on its composition alone, it was hardly worth the wait.

Bernard mocked to Atlanta

Once they release Michael Turner, the Falcons will need a replacement and could find him in Bernard.

NFL Combine 2013: Running back drills

Running backs will be tested in a variety of areas, but coaches will look for clean cuts and acceleration.

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