There’s no question that the North Carolina Tar Heels college football team started out of the gate like a bullet from a gun. The September 5 game against The Citadel in Chapel Hill was a win for the Tar Heels 40-6. The Tar Heels keep the momentum going and took a victory home on September 12, beating Connecticut 12-10.
While the ball was still in the air, the Tar Heels took their third victory from East Carolina on September 19 with a win 31-17. Perhaps the wind blew a little cold or critics would say some focus was lost but Georgia Tech and Virginia then took the Tar Heels to the wire and the games were a loss for this great team.
Fans can watch the gridiron for their most adored member by number this season: Joshua Adams (3), Marvin Austin (9), Ed Barham (80), Casey Barth (11), Hawatha Bell (53), A.J. Blue 915), Travis Bond (76), Jheranie Boyd (87), Josh Bridges (45), Carter Brown (30), Charles Brown (12), Tavares Brown (96), Zach Brown (47), Lee Browne (25), Kendric Burney (16), Curtis Byrd (43), Tyler Caldwell (43), Curtis Campbell (43), Bruce Carter (54), David Collins (62), Jonathan Cooper (64), Quinton Coples (90), Alex Crisp (56), Adam Curry (86), Herman Davidson (35), Shaun Ddraughn (29), Lowell Dyer (69), Greg Elleby (67), Sam ellis (74), Anthony Elzy (6), Linwan Euwell (55), T. Moore Evins (78), LeCount Fantroy (37), C.J. Feagles (30), Hunter Furr (40), Carl Gaskins (71), Brian Gupton (29), Dion Guy (57), Braden Hanson (14), Todd Harrelson (82), Steven Hatley (23), Jordan Hemby (23), Erik Highsmith (88), Cam Holland (65), Mark House (61), Ryan Houston (32), Hayden Hunter (33), Josh Hunter 919), Nelson Hurst (95), Mike Ingersoll (66), Mywan Jackson 926), Vince Jacobs 984), Peyton Jenest (56), Kyle Jolly (72), Dwight Jones (83), Trase Jones 944), Greg Little (8), Peter Mangum (3), Rashad Mason (85), Jared McAdoo (75), Michael McAdoo (94), Joshua McKie (11), Matt Merletti (25), Scott Mincey (63), Shane Mularkey (41), Aleric Mullins (97), Jordan Nix (78), Ebele Okakpu (58), Kenny Owens (40), Donte Paige-Moss (98), Mike Paulus (7), Alan Pelc (70), Zack Pianalto (17), Quentin Plair (81), Tydreke Powell (91), Robert Quinn (42), Devon Ramsay (45), Kevin Reddick (48), Bryn Renner (2), Brandon Roberts (51), Gene Robinson (1), Bobby Rome (4), Grant Schallock (39), Da’Norris Searcy (21), Terry Shankle (24), Jonathan Smith (28), Josh Stewart (7), Trey Strickland (55), Trevor Stuart (51), Quan Sturdivant (52), Ryan Taylor (49), Cam Thomas (93), Kennedy Tinsley (36), Johnny White (34), Randy White (86), Brennan Williams (79), Deunta Williams (27), Melvin Williams (10), Christian Wilson (33), E.J. Wilson (92), Jamal Womble (5) and T.J. Yates (13).
Located on Stadium Drive immediately after the Alumni Center on the left, Kenan Stadium is an attention grabbing beauty that welcomes every visitor to its location. All of the home football games for the Tar Heels are played at this location. Whether you want to plan a first visit or a countless return, this is a great venue that lets you decide the precise seating you want for just a single visitor, a large group or a couple; the choice is yours.
There’s mezzanine level seating tucked conveniently beneath the press box. For those who want to get closer, it is simply a matter of staking your claim and getting set for the action. Seating spans nearly 360 degrees around the field and with choices in the 100s section, you’ll experience the excitement like no other!