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Injury Report: Georgia Tech


PK Casey Barth: Thigh

FB Devon Ramsay: Knee


WR Josh Adams: Illness

RB Matt Kolojejchick: Thigh

CB Jabari Price: Finger


WR Erik Highsmith: Ankle

OT T.J. Leifheit: Ankle

CB Terry Shankle: Knee

The big blow on the list here is Casey Barth who had been nursing a quadriceps pull which apparently got worse last week against Virginia. Not to fear, backup kicker Thomas Moore supposedly has a 57 yard plus range. It will be interesting to see if that is true.

CB Jabari Price was cleared for full practice but Everett Withers has not decided whether Price will play versus Georgia Tech which would be a week ahead of schedule. Given how much UNC has struggled against the pass, the Heels could use another talented play in the defensive backfield.

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7 comments to Injury Report: Georgia Tech

  • Silent Sam

    re: RM Matt Kolojejchick: Thigh

    What is RM? When I was in the Navy, it meant radioman.

  • Typo..supposed to be RB at which point I looked at the kid’s name and said “Who is this guy?”

  • GT’s offense is the kind I usually fear. Given our secondary issues, it might not be that bad of a matchup. What I’ve witnessed in GT’s play, they are content with 4 yard pitchouts on every possession. Its nerve wrecking bc they do move the ball downfield and occupy clock, but if enough pressure is put on them, maybe we can cause some silly turnovers.

  • nativeheel

    Highest scoring team in the nation? Questionable pass defense?
    Hope for the best, but I do not have a good feeling about this game. Hope they are overrated. lol
    GO HEELS!!

  • 850inExile aka UNC RAJ

    Well this will be a good test for the coaching staff. Everybody knows GT is going to roll out the same game plan they always roll out. These coaches have already coached against that game plan four times. Lets see if they have finally figured out how to stop it.

  • Andy In Omaha

    After living up here in Husker Hell and watching them ram the option down everyone’s throats, I think the key to stopping the option lies more with your offense rather than your defense.
    I was always under the simplistic impression that if your offense was getting first downs and grinding out the clock on every possession, you’re winning 75% of the battle. The option runs down the clock anyway, so if you’re already doing that, you’re taking away one of the major benefits of GT’s offense anyway. I would love to see UNC play on short passes and up the gut runs out of a no huddle offense to wear down the Tech defense to accomplish that.
    The other 25% is not doing anything to give up the big play. Defending the option is assignment football, and sticking to it. If you can keep Tech in front of you and prevent those gashing 30 and 40 yard runs, you’re okay for the most part. UNC’s defense will be a huge step up from what Tech has seen before, so all the cocky Tech fans should worry. No reason UNC can’t win this game.

  • Asheville Heel

    ^ Andy, I agree with you. If you can get up on them early and maintain a lead into the second half it changes the complexion of their offense. They don’t appear to have the big backs of the recent past so we should be able to do a better job stopping the gut option and the QB is not the horse they had the last two years. So it may come down to edge coverage and tackling which worries me with this secondary. This may be why Jabari Price may be held out. It is going to be a physical day for our CB’s and safetys and the chances of injury are increased accordingly.