Running back depth becoming a concern for UNC

A year after leading the ACC in yards per rush, North Carolina is preparing for a 2016 campaign in which it figures to again have one of the top running attacks in the conference.

The Tar Heel offense is led by All-ACC running back Elijah Hood, who was among the top ball-carriers in the country last fall as he churned out 6.7 yards per carry. His backup, T.J. Logan, is also an impact player for UNC, adding speed and versatility to the backfield.

As strong as the unit is expected to be in Larry Fedora’s fifth year in Chapel Hill, plenty of questions lie ahead beyond this season.

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