Data Scout Notes: 2013: NAC/NAM...(+) 11-02-13 Shoulder INJ, Out..POBrien/PMaxwell/DS#5TeamProspect-DBrugler/TSX-PTW/PUnitas/PManning...2012: NAC/HMM...PUnitas/POBrien/PMaxwell...2011: NA
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05/13/14 - Denver Broncos Add CFAs After 2014 NFL Draft: Bryn Renner, Position: QB, School: North Carolina...Ranks third in school history with 8,221 passing yards, 668 completions and 1,005 pass attempts during his career with the Tar Heels. - Gray Caldwell & Stuart Zaas, DenverBroncos.com
11/05/13 - QB Bryn Renner's UNC career ended by shoulder injury...North Carolina quarterback Bryn Renner may have played his last game in a Tar Heels uniform, with Inside Carolina reporting that the injury will hold the fifth-year senior out for the rest of the 2013 season. Renner took off on a five-yard scramble late in the third quarter and was hit by N.C. State's Monty Nelson as he was sliding to the ground. Renner immediately grabbed his left shoulder and received medical attention from the training staff, but returned to the field briefly in the fourth quarter. The Inside Carolina report cites multiple team sources and Renner's North Carolina teammates began sending out tweets on Tuesday that confirmed he was done for the year.
With Renner out, redshirt sophomore Marquise Williams likely becomes the full-time quarterback for the Tar Heels offense. Williams started in place of Renner against Virginia Tech, and has been a regular, chance-of-pace presence in the offense in the last three games. Renner finishes his UNC career ranked third in passing yards (8,221), second in passing touchdowns (64), third in completions (668) and becomes the school's new career leader for completion percentage (66.5).
North Carolina needs to win three of the final four games (Virginia, at Pittsburgh, Old Dominion, Duke) to become bowl eligible for the first time under head coach Larry Fedora. While the Tar Heels finished with a 8-4 record in 2012, they were ineligible to compete for the ACC title or play in a bowl game due to NCAA sanctions. - Chip Patterson, CBSSports.com
10/26/13 - Bryn Renner threw for two touchdowns and North Carolina snapped a four-game losing streak by routing Boston College 34-10 on Saturday. Renner finished 18 of 21 for 227 yards with a 13-yard touchdown to Ryan Switzer and a 10-yarder to Bug Howard for the Tar Heels (2-5, 1-3 Atlantic Coast Conference). Howard also caught a backbreaking 17-yard touchdown pass from change-of-pace quarterback Marquise Williams late in the third quarter. Williams and A.J. Blue had short scoring runs for the Tar Heels.
Andre Williams, the ACC's leading rusher, ran for 172 yards in his fifth 100-yard performance of the season and had a 56-yard touchdown run. But facing a defense that allows an ACC-worst 456 yards per game, the Eagles (3-4, 1-3) managed just 261 total yards and converted just 5 of 16 third downs. Until the final five meaningless minutes, they took only five snaps in North Carolina territory. Chase Rettig was 10 of 20 for 57 yards and was sacked four times for BC. - AP Sports
10/17/13 - Scouting the North Carolina passing game: Junior TE Eric Ebron is QB Bryn Renner's favorite target, leading the team in receptions with 23 for 333 yards. Protecting Renner will be a major key as Miami has 18 sacks. - The Sports Xchange
10/17/13 - PLAYERS TO WATCH: Senior QB Bryn Renner is scheduled to be back in the starting lineup after missing the loss at Virginia Tech because of a foot injury. He leads ACC quarterbacks in passing yards per game with his average of 279.3. - The Sports Xchange