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Tim Scott: "I feel we're faster and more athletic this year'
UNC's secondary in 2014 should feature Tim Scott and Dominique Green at safety. Brian Walker and Desmond Lawrence should hold down the two corner spots...

UNC's cornerback rotation eager to emerge
On the surface, some might think that Tim Scott's move to safety was indicative of UNC's trouble defending the deep ball and its overall depth...

Second-year stars: North Carolina
The freshmen who played last season are all expected to take a big step forward in 2014, particularly the defensive backs. Brian Walker will see...

Extra Points: Finding Defensive Identity
Two weeks into spring practice, signs are emerging that the Tar Heels in 2014 could stride toward better upholding their leg of the three-pronged stool...

Video: UNC Football Wednesday Post-Practice Interviews
UNC defensive backs Brian Walker and Desmond Lawrence discuss their progress this spring and the Tar Heels' move toward a more aggressive defense...

Turner's Take: Secondary Education
Players like Dominique Green, Desmond Lawrence, Brian Walker and Malik Simmons proved their value with impressive play in 2013, but that doesn’t mean the secondary's...

Brian Walker Relishing New Role
Brian Walker emerged as a reliable option in the secondary in his first season in Chapel Hill. The sophomore is now intent on thriving in...

Ryan Switzer leads UNC's youth movement
T.J. Logan was solid all season, finishing the regular season with his two best games of the year. Brian Walker had a pick and defended...

Video: UNC Football Freshmen Highlights
The Tar Heels have gotten major contributions on both sides of the ball from true freshmen including: Mikey Bart, Khris Francis, Dominique Green, Bug Howard,...

Errors, forced and unforced, cost Tar Heels against Duke
Defensive backs Tré Boston and Brian Walker dropped likely interceptions while running back T.J. Logan dropped a 37-yard pass that would have been a touchdown...

Pickeral: UNC's Defense Growing Up
Indeed, as much as big play youth on offense - think Marquise Williams, Ryan Switzer, T.J. Logan -- has been key to UNC's five-game winning...

Video: Wednesday Football Post-Practice Interviews
Larry Fedora, Tim Scott, and Brian Walker talk about how the loss of Bryn Renner has impacted the team as they look forward to the...

Positives and negatives from UNC's 27-19 win over N.C. State
Here are some positives and negatives from UNC’s 27-19 win over N.C. State. Positives: True freshmen – T.J. Logan had 49 yards on six...

Lucas: Rapid Reactions
For the game, the Tar Heels' top three leading rushers and two of the top three leading receivers were freshmen or sophomores. During one key...

T.J. Logan avoids redshirt, looks to make impact
T.J. Logan didn’t want to be redshirted. His coaches never discussed it with him, and he never brought it up. It was a point of...

Video: Brian Walker lays out Vad Lee
The North Carolina defense had to step up against Georgia Tech and Brian Walker answered the call in the first half when he absolutely walloped...

Turner's Take: Fedora at ACC Kickoff
Larry Fedora can't be on the field with his players until the start of training camp, but he does hear from players about who's looking...

Catching up with UNC cornerback signee Brian Walker
247Sports caught up with North Carolina 2013 cornerback signee Brian Walker on Sunday in his hometown. How eager is the three-star player to get to...

Coastal Division signing day recap
North Carolina - Needs filled: The Tar Heels picked up some talented players on defense, a huge need. The top two players in the class,...

Fieulleteau, Logan lead UNC's in-state class
High school football players from the state of North Carolina make up seven of the 17 signees for the University of North Carolina. In-state recruits...

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