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WR Concerns Move to the Forefront
Gone is the human highlight reel, Hakeem Nicks, as well as Brandon Tate and Brooks Foster. That triumvirate combined for 114 receptions, 1,932 yards and...

Cooter Arnold to try out with Chicago Bears
Cooter Arnold started out with the Tar Heels as a running back when he was a true freshman, got moved to safety where he started...

NFL Pro Timing Day In Chapel Hill
Pro Timing Day is Carolina's version of the NFL Combine. Five Tar Heels were invited to the Combine, including Hakeem Nicks, Brooks Foster, Brandon Tate,...

Recruiting class should help Heels re-load at receiver
Recruiting receivers was an obvious priority for UNC when the season began because three of the top four on their depth chart — Brandon Tate,...

Postgame Quotes: UNC vs. Georgia Tech
"One of the biggest factors I have to believe was the kicking game. We really played well special teams wise. Terrence Brown was terrific, as...

Three DBs questionable for UNC
Three North Carolina defensive backs — Charles Brown, Johnny White and LeCount Fantroy — are all questionable to play against McNeese State on Saturday, according...

UNC defense wins ... in bowling
North Carolina’s football team took a break from training camp Wednesday morning to try another form of competition: bowling. The best of the bunch, according...

Lucas: Man On The Move
Some players see serving time on the scout team as a punishment. For others, it's an opportunity. That's the approach taken by Cooter Arnold last...

Cooter Arnold’s New Role
James “Cooter” Arnold’s tenure at North Carolina has been anything but smooth. With three position changes and a suspension during his career, the Mocksville, N.C...

Butch Davis expects UNC's spring practice to take different tone
UNC coaches opted to try a handful of players at different spots. Among them is Johnny White. After spending last season as part of the...

Cooter Arnold back at practice for Heels
North Carolina reserve safety Cooter Arnold, who was suspended indefinitely for breaking a team rule at the beginning of the season, returned to practice Tuesday...

Butch Davis instills no-nonsense discipline
North Carolina safety Cooter Arnold will miss his second game this weekend for breaking team rules. And although teammates may miss him on the field,...

UNC football preview
He probably won’t start, but freshman defensive tackle Marvin Austin will see significant action as will true freshmen Bruce Carter at linebacker and Da’Norris Searcy...

Cooter Arnold suspended indefinitely
Cooter Arnold played all over the place during his first two seasons on the North Carolina football team. But he won't play anywhere in UNC's...

UNC's Cooter Arnold Suspended Indefinitely
Junior defensive back Cooter Arnold has been suspended indefinitely from the team, a North Carolina official confirmed Wednesday morning. The 5-10, 190-pound Mocksville native is...

Special game for former teammates
By name, special teams always are special. But that description will be especially fitting for Cooter Arnold and Raeshon McNeil on Saturday. Arnold and McNeil,...

John Bunting PC Quotes & Audio
"I believe that having Larry [Edwards] and Durrell [Mapp] play their best games last week got their attention and focus. That gives us a chance...

UNC got win in spite of defense
The Tar Heels should get one boost in the secondary with the return of safety Kareen Taylor when they head to Clemson on Saturday. Taylor...

Saturday: John Bunting Quotes & Audio
"Defensively, I think we’re as deep as we were last year, and we’re going to need that. I think our safeties have come along way...

Arnold: Fast Learner
The North Carolina coaches didn’t know Trimane Goddard would go down with a season-ending injury this fall, but they’re sure glad now they moved Cooter...

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