Topics: Larry Fedora

Larry Fedora, comes to UNC after four years as head coach at the University of Southern Mississippi and hopes to revive a program reeling from NCAA sanctions. He replaces interim head coach Everett Withers, who took over the Tar Heels after Butch Davis was fired in September 2011 in connection with a NCAA investigation into the football program.

Notes from ACC Football Kickoff 2016

Thursday marked the beginning of the annual ACC Football Kickoff event in Charlotte, meaning that local and national media got their first opportunity to speak with some of the conference's players and coaches ahead of the 2016 season.

Three players to watch on UNC football's defense in 2016


The North Carolina football team graduated 16 seniors after a record-setting 2015 season in which the Tar Heels won 11 games and made it to the ACC Championship game.

Q&A with former UNC offensive lineman Russell Bodine


Russell Bodine played for the North Carolina football team from 2011-13 as an interior offensive lineman.

Settlement reached in alleged hazing incident

UNC said it won’t release information about a settlement between a former UNC football player and the University over an alleged hazing event.

News reports at the time reported the event, which occurred in August 2014, left then first-year football player Jackson Boyer with a concussion.

UNC football’s tough road


With less than three months until the start of the college football season, fans of the North Carolina football team are ready to see if their team can improve on an impressive 2015 campaign. 

Long-time UNC sportscaster Woody Durham diagnosed with condition that affects language expression

Woody Durham, long-time voice of North Carolina football and men's basketball, announced Wednesday that he has been diagnosed with a neurocognitive condition — primary progressive aphasia —that will affect his language expression. 

NCAA releases exhibits supporting Notice of Allegations

UNC released over 240 pages of exhibits it received from the NCAA that help support the claims of academic misconduct made in the second Notice of Allegations on Thursday.

Mitch Trubisky named starting quarterback for season opener


It's official.

On Wednesday, North Carolina football coach Larry Fedora said redshirt junior Mitch Trubisky will start at quarterback when the Tar Heels head to Atlanta on Sept. 3 for their season opener against Georgia.

Mack Hollins impresses at UNC football spring game


As the final seconds ticked off the clock in the North Carolina football team's spring game at Kenan Stadium on Saturday, Mack Hollins trotted to midfield. 

Five takeaways from UNC's spring football game

For the first time since November, 2015, the North Carolina football team took the field at Kenan Stadium.

UNC football coaches' wives are 'superwomen'


None of them knew what they were getting into.

5 things to watch for in the UNC football spring game



Column: The best we will ever see

Don't fret, North Carolina football fans: the future is here.

UNC football defense moves beyond simplicity


North Carolina’s defense did a lot of good things in 2015. Under first-year defensive coordinator Gene Chizik, the Tar Heels allowed 15 fewer points per game than the year before. They finished as a top-20 pass defense and won 11 games and a spot in the ACC Championship.

Marquise Williams fulfills his dream at UNC Pro Day


On Monday night, Marquise Williams had a dream.

The former North Carolina quarterback dreamed that he would prove his naysayers wrong and excel as a passer at UNC’s Pro Day.

Trubisky plans to become ‘the guy’


Coming into spring practice, the feeling among media members and fans of the North Carolina football team is that redshirt sophomore quarterback Mitch Trubisky will be the man under center when the Tar Heels take on Georgia in Atlanta on Sept. 3. 

CUAB announces Chase Rice as Jubilee performer

Chase Rice said that Carolina can — and it did.

The Carolina Union Activities Board announced today that Chase Rice, a former UNC linebacker and a UNC class of 2008 graduate, will be the performer at the 2016 Jubilee concert.

Column: The Super Bowl loss should hurt, but the Panthers will be back


There’s nothing like the sting of losing a Super Bowl to a sports fan. Ask the folks in Buffalo. They lost four in a row. 

UNC football reaps rewards on Signing Day

A year ago, Coach Larry Fedora and his staff were selling hope, the idea that the North Carolina football team would awake from its slumber and return to prominence.

8 UNC football recruits enroll early

The Tar Heels welcomed seven high school graduates and one junior college transfer to campus on Monday for the start of the spring semester.