The 2021 Tar Heel football season mercifully came to an end on Thursday afternoon in Bank of America Stadium with a disastrous 38-21 loss to the South Carolina Gamecocks, a team that came in with one of the worst offenses in all of college football. That loss may have been the final time that Sam Howell will suit up in his college football career and, like it seemed happened too often during his three year career in Chapel Hill, he walked away with a loss that he did everything to avoid with his play at the quarterback position. Howell has yet to make his intentions for his future public yet, but if this is it, it's hard not to feel like the Tar Heels weren't able to do enough with the best quarterback in school history.
Host and Reporter for PFF Trevor Sikkema joined Kyle Bailey on Wednesday’s edition of the Clubhouse as he reacted to the massive coaching changes shaking college football and what he makes of the situation the Panthers find themselves at the moment. Trevor started by weighing in on the massive coaching changes in college football at […]
Stadium Analyst for all things College Football Michael Felder joined Kyle Bailey on Tuesday’s edition of the Clubhouse as he looked at the massive coaching carousel in college football, and what to expect from the weekend of conference championships across the country. Michael started with the big moves in college football from Lincoln Riley leaving […]