North Carolina may have a solution for its inconsistent running game: The return of junior tailback Ronnie McGill.
McGill's return 'feasible'
Raleigh News & Observer
Junior tailback Ronnie McGill, who has not played this season because of a torn pectoral muscle he suffered in June, could return to the field Saturday at Louisville.
UNC's McGill could return this weekend
"From what I gather, Ronnie is going to be allowed to go full-go this week," Bunting said Sunday. "If that is the case, I think there is a very good chance that he will be playing on Saturday versus Louisville."
Heels' McGill likely will play Saturday
Greensboro News & Record
McGill has said that he wants to play this season as soon as possible. He has missed more than one-third of the season, but there are seven regular-season games left.
Tar Heels may get McGill back
"Right now in my mind, I'd like to have Ronnie play 20-25 snaps against Louisville," Bunting said.
McGill could return soon
In North Carolina's first three games this year, the team had become well-versed in missed opportunities. But during Saturday's matchup against Utah, the Tar Heels took their "M.O." education and graduated from the role of victim to punisher.
Ute got served
Daily Tar Heel
Normally a deep threat, Mason quickly has emerged as quarterback Matt Baker's go-to target when he needs a completion to move the chains.
Mason lays strong wideout foundation
Daily Tar Heel