Bryn Renner Injury: North Carolina Quarterback Leaves Game With Shoulder Problem

North Carolina's already struggling against North Carolina State, and now the Tar Heels will have to make do without their starting quarterback. Bryn Renner headed to the locker room with a left shoulder injury in the first half, and may not return.

Renner had been struggling before his injury, completing just five of 12 passes for 27 yards in a half that saw Carolina rack up a whopping 32 yards. But he's been good for North Carolina during the 2011 season, throwing for 2,195 yards and 19 touchdowns heading into Week 10 action. And today's inaccuracy, in particular, is aberrational: Renner was completing more than 72 percent of his passes entering the day.

Renner has been replaced by Braden Hanson.

For more on the Tar Heels, be sure to check out the SB Nation blog Carolina March. For more on the Wolfpack, head over to Backing the Pack. And stay tuned to our Week 10 StoryStream for college football scores from around the country throughout the day.

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