T.J. Yates

North Carolina Tar Heels #13 - Quarterback

  • Height: 6-4
  • Weight: 220

UNC Football: What if Marvin Austin had never tweeted?

3

A question that will haunt me until my final breath.

Miami’s Interesting And Sometimes Frightening Past With UNC

21

The Hurricanes haven’t always had it easy with the Tar Heels

Carolina Football: Coastal Day at the ACC Kickoff

+

No news is good news, I guess.

FIU recruiting outlook and interview with Recruiting Director Bryn Renner

+

The Panthers had C-USA’s top recruiting class in 2018. UDD sat down with FIU Recruiting Director Bryn Renner to see what 2019 holds.

Early Signing Period: Live Updates on UNC Football Signings, Rumors, etc.

10

Let’s make it official with Mack Brown’s first batch of new Tar Heels.

UNC Football: Heels returning to the Chick-Fil-A Kickoff

+

UNC will face the Auburn Tiger on September 12th, 2020.

NFL
9

Bengals CB Dre Kirkpatrick explains why the NFL interception record may never be broken

Kirkpatrick helps break down why today’s defensive backs aren’t grinding out interceptions at the same rate as NFL players in the 20th century.

Questions at quarterback? UNC may already have the answers.

4

A quick trip down memory lane indicates UNC can expect improved quarterback play next season.

POLL: How should the Ravens fill the backup quarterback position?

12

Joe Flacco will be the Baltimore Ravens starting quarterback in 2019, period. Love him, hate him or indifferent, the ten year veteran and former Super Bowl MVP will be under center on Week 1,...

2017 Opponent Scouting Report, Week 17: Texans offense is not the best unit

5

Overview On December 31, 2017 the Indianapolis Colts will host the Houston Texans. In this Week 17 match-up I sought to understand our opponent and get a better idea for what we’re up against. W...

UNC football recruiting: An early signing period primer

The biggest change in the football recruiting landscape in years is upon us. How will the Heels fare?

Three things we learned from UNC’s loss vs Cal

10

2017 is more uncertain than ever.