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Quarterbacks coach Keith Heckendorf directs the Tar Heel signal-callers
It's Tuesday, and we are three days away from the official kickoff of the athletic and academic calendar when Carolina women's soccer hosts Duke. 'Hosts,' in Cary at WakeMed Soccer Park, but it is what it is. Trust me, the wait for the new Fetzer will be worth it.
Today on Argyle Report, we have Jeremy Vernon's report on two Tar Heels being named to Top Drawer Soccer's Top XI teams.
Later, we've got Will Bryant's update on how the Diamond Heels fared in summer league play.
And Will also has a story on the top three fantasy seasons by Tar Heel running backs since 2000.
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I spoke to Carolina's Marie McCool on what it was like to be the youngest member of the U.S. National women's lacrosse team this summer - and to win two gold medals.
Sam Doughton has a Q&A with Holly Carlton, a redshirt freshman who's also been on the international stage and is expected to play an important role for Carolina volleyball this season.
A Tale of Taylor
Volleymob.com takes you Inside Training Camp with Carolina's Taylor Leath, the 2016 ACC Player of the Year.
An Up-Down For Every Let-Down
After yesterday's practice, the Tar Heel football offense and defense and special teams stood in two circles on both halves of the field. There, they performed up-downs for every 'loaf' in the weekend scrimmage in an effort to correct the correctables.
It's a Must-See
NCAA.com brings you 10 must-see games that kick off the women's soccer season, and Friday's non-conference season opener with Duke and Carolina is one of them.