UNC Football Positional Grades vs. San Diego State

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Sep 6, 2014; Chapel Hill, NC, USA;North Carolina Tar Heels receiver Mack Hollins (13) celebrates a touchdown with fans during the second half against the San Diego State Aztecs at Kenan Memorial Stadium. North Carolina won 31-27. Mandatory Credit: Rob Kinnan-USA TODAY Sports

Once again, North Carolina barely escaped with a victory.  To be honest, I don’t think that UNC deserved to win that football game against San Diego State.  I’m glad they did, but I think they were outplayed by the Aztecs, with the exception of a few key plays.

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This was the same story against Liberty, when the Heels scored 28 points in four minutes, but were outscored for the other 56.  Right now, I don’t really know how the season will shake out.  But Carolina has not exactly inspired confidence thus far.

Anyhow, let’s break down North Carolina’s game by position. A quick reminder, unlike the University of North Carolina, Keeping It Heel does not suffer from grade inflation issues. A “C” grade is average, not an “A” for average. Let us know what you think were the grades for the Tar Heel offense, defense and special teams in the comments below.