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Losing The Bell
Brian Chacos' dad, Andy, had played at Carolina back in the '70s, so he knew what the Victory Bell meant. But by the time Brian got...

Combating Complacency
Athletic Director Bubba Cunningham is actively attacking the (fan attendance) problem rather than taking the former stance of plugging ears and whistling, hoping things would...

Football Letterman's Roundtable
Brian Chacos: "I literally had goose bumps when [Giovani Bernard] returned that for a touchdown. All the [stuff] we’ve been through in the last two...

Football Letterman's Roundtable
Brian Chacos: "I’ve got to eat crow. I’m totally disappointed in the football team. This Carolina team is just so frustrating. You see two good...

Letterman's Roundtable
Brian Chacos: "If anything, for a lot of these young players and freshmen, [Wake Forest] is a great place to sort of get your feet...

Road Hogs Hungry For Chemistry
The Carolina offensive line has traditionally called itself the Road Hogs, paving the way for the running backs. It was a tradition perpetuated by linemen...

Chacos Volunteers In Africa
The West African nation of Ghana officially marked its 50th anniversary as an independent nation on March 6th and former University of North Carolina football...

North Carolina players say it's their fault, not Bunting's, they've gone 1-6
Brian Chacos feels that he let down Coach John Bunting this season and contributed to Bunting's dismissal as North Carolina's football coach, effective at the...

Carolina's bye week comes at a crucial time
Brian Chacos, a sixth-year senior offensive lineman, says North Carolina never quit during its 52-7 loss at Clemson on Saturday, but Carolina's head coach begged...

Q&A with UNC quarterback Cam Sexton
"I think we threw the ball downfield well. The guys (receivers) ran good routes. But the key emphasis today was I got hit one time...

UNC's Sexton gets ready to play platoon leader
Cam Sexton showed cool and calm in the huddle, tackle Brian Chacos said, and he even led a late scoring drive. But he'll need to...

Tar Heels' Chacos back for a sixth season
Carl Torbush has been gone from the Kenan Stadium football offices for six years. Yet a Torbush recruit named Brian Chacos remains at North Carolina,...

Chacos Named To Lombardi Award Watch List
University of North Carolina senior offensive tackle Brian Chacos has been named to the 2006 Rotary Lombardi Award Watch List. The Lombardi Award honors the...

Turning it around
This difference for UNC senior Brian Chacos is that even the hard work has been fun this year. The NCAA granted Chacos, a starting offensive...

Lucas: Road To Recovery
Trimane Goddard missed spring ball with a foot injury, joining a fairly deep talent pool that watched at least part of the spring from the...

New football coaches keep UNC seniors on toes
Mark Weber describes it as energy. Brian Chacos calls it an aura. Whatever it is, everyone associated with the North Carolina football team can feel...

Brian Chacos gets extra year of eligibility
North Carolina announced Friday that the NCAA has granted offensive tackle Brian Chacos a sixth year of eligibility, allowing him to play football for the...

No Senior Stress for Baker
While everyone else was watching Darian Durant, Matt Baker was quietly building a core of support among the offense. He essentially grew up beside the...

UNC trying to get extra year for Chacos
North Carolina coach John Bunting is hoping to secure another season of eligibility for offensive lineman Brian Chacos, who is a fifth-year senior. Chacos had...

Senior Lineman Chacos Might Get Sixth Year
North Carolina has put wheels in motion which may result in the NCAA granting senior left tackle Brian Chacos a sixth year of eligibility, Inside...

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