Expectations are high for North Carolina quarterback Bryn Renner, and in his debut as the Tar Heels' starter, Renner delivered. He completed 9 of 13 attempts for 123 yards and a touchdown in North Carolina's spring game on Saturday. The controlled scrimmage consisted of approximately 50 plays.
Renner was one of four quarterbacks to play, along with Braden Hanson, A.J. Blue and freshman Marquise Williams. While Renner's ability to flourish in games is one of the Tar Heel's biggest questions heading into the fall, UNC's receivers are proven.
"I was a lot more nervous today because I was running with the ones and it was the first time Coach (John) Shoop was in the (press) box," Renner said, according to the team's practice report. "I thought I did alright, but I know I've got a lot more to learn. I worked the ball to Dwight a lot today and he made me look good. He has the potential to be one of the best receivers in the country."
Defensively, Quinton Coples made a team-high six tackles and was credited with one sack. Safety Josh Hunter had four tackles and one interception.