Senior safety Myles Dorn, one the defensive leaders for North Carolina, stopped by The David Glenn Show on Wednesday. With a 2-2 record, UNC has a massive game on the horizon in Chapel Hill: No. 1 Clemson this Saturday.
Dorn is the brother of former NC State forward Torin Dorn (2015-19), who just finished up his career in Raleigh a few months back. Their father, also named Torin, played football for North Carolina in the late 1980s — and was also coached by Mack Brown.
He is lying, he wanted state to win when I played against UNC. The sky may be blue on occasion but we all bleed red. https://t.co/j6Fpi7Vamc
— Torin Dorn (@TorinDorn2) September 25, 2019
DG and Dorn discuss what it’s like to have a brother on the other side of the NC State-UNC rivalry, playing for Mack Brown, the culture change with North Carolina football, being recruited by Dabo Swinney in high school, the importance of being a senior leader and his relationship with Dre Bly.
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