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UNC football preps for game against San Diego State Aztecs
Following a one-game suspension for their roles in alleged hazing, four defensive players are now cleared to play against the Aztecs. Cornerbacks Des Lawrence, Brian...

‘Slate clean,’ suspended players ready to return for UNC
North Carolina coach football Larry Fedora announced earlier this week that his “slate is clean” with suspended players Des Lawrence, Brian Walker, M.J. Stewart and...

Suspensions Pulling Focus From Liberty
UNC football head coach Larry Fedora says he can’t help but worry that this week’s focus on an off-the-field incident has taken some of his...

Four Football Players Suspended For Liberty Game
University of North Carolina head coach Larry Fedora has suspended sophomore Des Lawrence, redshirt freshman Donnie Miles, freshman M.J. Stewart and sophomore Brian Walker for...

Position battle winners at LT, DE, CB and K as UNC breaks camp
My article on Monday focused on what’s still uncertain as UNC enters game week, such as the starting QB, Ethan Farmer’s eligibility and the running...

Young Corners Seeking Splash
Rarely does such an inexperienced position group garner such preseason praise as North Carolina’s bold and brash collection of cornerbacks. The hype began before the...

Video: Thursday Players Post-Practice Interviews
UNC defensive players Travis Hughes, Des Lawrence and Brian Walker talked to the media following the Tar Heels' practice on Thursday...

Confidence is common denominator of UNC CB duo
Brian Walker is talkative on the field, while Des Lawrence stays quiet. When it comes to tackling a big running back, Walker prefers to go...

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...


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