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After a 10-3 season, Virginia Tech hopes to showcase its strengths in its opening game against Boise State. The matchup with the No.
North Carolina football coach Butch Davis will address the media at 3:10 today prior to the Tar Heels’ last practice before their game against Louisiana State on Saturday. Davis will likely give an update on the status of the investigation into possible academic misconduct and may reveal what players will not be eligible to play in the contest.
On Wednesday, North Carolina football coach Butch Davis suspended defensive tackle and preseason first-team All-ACC selection indefinitely, sidelining him for Saturday’s game against Louisiana State.
Louisiana State quarterback Jordan Jefferson must be looking forward to returning to the Georgia Dome. In his freshman year, Jefferson grabbed LSU’s starting job after winning the 2008 Chick-fil-A Bowl Offensive MVP in a 38-3 blowout of Georgia Tech.
North Carolina football coach Butch Davis has suspended senior defensive tackle Marvin Austin indefinitely, according to a press release from TarHeelBlue.
North Carolina’s running game feels the pressure entering its season opener Saturday against Louisiana State. The running backs are hoping to improve on last year’s 3.6 yards per carry average, and if the Tar Heels are going to beat LSU, they will need a solid ground game.
Butch Davis hasn’t slipped any information about the NCAA’s investigation of his football program, and that didn’t change Monday. In his press conference, Davis didn’t say anything that hasn’t already made its rounds on the Internet, but UNC’s football coach did address it with a comment — just not directly.
This year’s edition of the Chick-fil-A Kickoff Game has a strange dichotomy. While the game will immediately go into the pantheon of the biggest games in North Carolina’s football history, it represents nothing more for Louisiana State than the first big game of the season.
Possible academic misconduct has been found between student-athletes on the football team and a former student tutor employed by the University in joint investigations by the NCAA and the school. In a press conference held Thursday night, Chancellor Holden Thorp, athletic director Dick Baddour and head football coach Butch Davis addressed the media regarding the latest piece of the NCAA investigation puzzle. “The investigation now has two prongs,” Baddour said. The female tutor in question was formerly employed by the Davis family and worked with the coach’s son, Drew.
Possible academic misconduct has been found between student-athletes on the football team and a former student tutor employed by the University in joint investigations by the NCAA and the school. In a press conference held Thursday night, chancellor Holden Thorp, athletic director Dick Baddour and head football coach Butch Davis addressed the media regarding the latest piece of the NCAA investigation puzzle.
The North Carolina athletic department knew as early as June 21 that the NCAA was conducting a review of possible rules violations — three weeks before investigators arrived on campus.
North Carolina got its highest preseason AP ranking in more than a decade after being tabbed at No.
Just within range of the cranes and backhoes renovating Kenan Stadium, North Carolina’s football team is in the midst of a rehaul of its own. UNC’s coaches and players are hoping to finish building an ACC Championship-level football team, even with the cloud of an NCAA investigation looming over training camp.
UNC athletic director Dick Baddour and head football coach Butch Davis addressed the media together on Thursday for the first time since news of the NCAA investigation into the football program broke nearly a month ago. Baddour, who has previously proclaimed himself as spokesman for the University during the investigation, said the University has not hidden from questions regarding the NCAA inquiry.
In his first meeting with the press since news of an NCAA investigation into his North Carolina football program broke last Thursday, head coach Butch Davis did not go into the particulars of the investigation but did offer his thoughts on the situation in general. Davis was among five area college football coaches at the Pigskin Preview, a fundraiser for the Triangle chapter of the National Football Foundation, at the Washington Duke Inn & Golf Club in Durham.
With the NCAA investigation of North Carolina football underway, the University and the program have decisions to make. At least two rising senior football players had improper involvement with sports agents, according to multiple news outlets. The involvement could stretch to players making improper deals with the agents while still juniors in college. There are four possible scenarios that might play out with this investigation, which is being led by the NCAA’s director of agent, gambling and amateurism activities alongside three investigators.