Home Sports Redskin This isn’t your fun, feisty and overachieving North Carolina any more SportsRedskin This isn’t your fun, feisty and overachieving North Carolina any more September 12, 2020 4 Facebook Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp CHAPEL HILL, N.C. — Oh, the UNC football experience. Where else could a 31-6 blowout victory be considered … sorta underwhelming? In Mack Brown’s first season of his second stint at North Carolina, the Tar Heels were fun. Feisty. They rolled out a brand-spanking-new freshman quarterback and rather than sink, he swam. More accurately, he slung — the football, that is, 38 times into the end zone. Slinging Sammy Howell has a nice ring to it, no? But while Brown’s return to Chapel Hill was a stupendous storyline in itself, as was Howell’s emergence, neither truly defined last season’s 7-6 team. There was, to borrow from high school English teachers, a more overarching theme: Waiting until the fourth quarter to do … well, just about everything. The 2019 iteration of the Tar Heels outscored opponents 120-51 in the final frame of games, a very nice plus-69 scoring margin. But by the looks of No. 18… READ NEWS SOURCE RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Kravitz: After a surprise exit from Pacers, Frank Vogel is sitting pretty now [SB Nation: Hogs Haven] – Washington Injury Update: Chase Young expected to miss Ravens game with moderate groin strain In a game of errors and missed shots, Sun concede return trip to the Finals [NFL: Washington Redskins] – Washington Salute Names Marine Barracks Washington The 2020 Week Four Base Of The Week Presented By Nissan Cardinals vs. Padres: Analyzing three strengths and three weaknesses What should the impact of a second year with Jim Chaney be for Tennessee? [Fansided: Riggo's Rag] – Washington Football Team: Three keys to Dwayne Haskins’ improvement Lampard is struggling to find balance between creativity and control in midfield On the playoff stage, Lucas Giolito went to ‘bully stage’ to carry White Sox Dusty Baker’s aggressive bullpen management paid off for the Astros in Game 1 Falcons’ assistant coaches break down their challenges heading into Week 4 Q&A with Alex Anthopoulos: 3 division titles, aiming to end playoff drought LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply Please enter your comment! Please enter your name here You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.