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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...

Desmond Lawrence easing into starting corner job
When freshman Desmond Lawrence suffered a knee injury early in training camp last August, most everyone must have figured that he would likely be redshirting...

UNC Football Post-Greensboro Scrimmage Quotes
Desmond Lawrence on this year's team: "I think there is more camaraderie. I think there are a lot of guys that want to be leaders...

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...

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: Inside the Play - Ryan Switzer's Punt Return vs. Pitt
Larry Fedora, Ryan Switzer and Desmond Lawrence take you 'Inside The Play' during Switzer's game-winning 61-yard punt return at Pittsburgh...

UNC resilient in rivalry win
For weeks, North Carolina coach Larry Fedora has stressed the importance of making a game-changing play in the special teams. During the Tar Heels’ 27-19...

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...

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...

WR Josh Cabrera to attend UNC's "Freak Show"
Quickly becoming a popular calendar ear marker among North Carolina football followers, "Fedora's Freak Show" is an event that allows the UNC coaching staff to...

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...

Weekend Football Recruit Scoreboard
The high school football playoffs began this weekend, and there were several Tar Heel commits who put up big numbers: Ryan Switzer accounted for seven...

Weekend Football Recruit Scoreboard
North Carolina wide receiver commit Jordan Fieulleteau tied a state record with five touchdowns in a single game, wide receiver commit Ryan Switzer was held...

Weekend Recruit Scoreboard
Big weekends by quarterback Mitch Trubisky, running back Khris Francis and athlete Desmond Lawrence highlight this weekend's football recruit scoreboard...

UNC recruit Desmond Lawrence ready for senior season
Desmond Lawrence, a 6-foot, 176-pound senior, said he likes the enthusiasm of new UNC coach Larry Fedora and his coaching staff. “He’s really passionate about...

Eight UNC football commits among top-30 in NC
Just in time for the 2012 football season, AthleteVault.com and Carolina Preps present the Top-100 senior football players in North Carolina.:
5. T.J. Logan, Northern Guilford,...

UNC football recruits named to Charlotte All-Nike Camp team
Nearly 200 athletes with more than 60 college offers descended upon W.A. Hough High School on Sunday for the Charlotte Nike Football Training Camp. And...

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