Doug Justice Named Academic All-ACC For Fourth Consecutive Season
University of North Carolina linebacker Doug Justice was named to the All-Atlantic Coast Conference Academic Football team for the fourth consecutive season on Thursday. He...Friday January 27, 2006A Different Kind of Justice
Two years ago, Steve Justice drove from Winston-Salem to Chapel Hill to spend some time with his brother. Two college kids, two brothers with a...Tuesday November 22, 2005Justice 'Good To Have Around'
It’s tough, really tough for North Carolina senior linebacker Doug Justice to remain on the sidelines with his right foot in a boot as he...Friday November 11, 2005Doug Justice A Draddy Semifinalist
North Carolina senior Doug Justice is among 184 semifinalists for the 2005 Draddy Trophy. One of college football’s most sought after and competitive awards, the...Saturday October 22, 2005Quinton Person stands out in crowd
Coach John Bunting tends to speak highly of his entire football team, but he reserves a special place for those players who maximize limited physical...Thursday October 6, 2005Cram sesson for Durell Mapp
For Durell Mapp, this week has been one long, midseason audible. The former Cummings High School standout has shifted linebacker positions after North Carolina senior...Thursday September 22, 2005Tar Heels are starting to feel pain
Matt Baker was noticeably limping following North Carolina’s loss to Wisconsin. "I’ll be fine," the senior quarterback insisted. "Nothing’s a big problem." Other Tar Heels...Tuesday September 20, 2005Doug Justice Injury May Be Season-Ending
Senior linebacker Doug Justice suffered a broken fifth metatarsal in his right foot Saturday and is likely lost for the season. Junior Victor Worsley assumes...Tuesday September 20, 2005Doug Justice likely out for season
North Carolina will likely be without middle linebacker Doug Justice for the remainder of the season after the fifth-year senior broke the fifth metatarsal bone...Monday September 19, 2005Doug Justice is a victim of Tar Heels' loss
North Carolina lost more than a football game Saturday night in its home opener against Wisconsin. The Tar Heels also lost their starting middle...Monday September 19, 2005Heels brace defense for Badgers
North Carolina coach John Bunting called it "bludgeon ball." Linebacker Doug Justice said, "It's like they're saying 'I'm more of a man than you are.'"...Saturday September 17, 2005Is night time the right time for Tar Heels?
Doug Justice said it is "just a coincidence" that North Carolina captured its biggest football victories last season under the lights. The senior linebacker insists...Wednesday September 14, 2005Tar Heels’ linebacking corps will anchor an improving defense
UNC’s linebacker corps wasn’t a high-IQ bunch for a couple of seasons, but now it is. "I don’t have the greatest speed, but I read...Saturday August 20, 2005Previewing the 2005 Tar Heels: The Linebackers
The mainstays at linebacker are Doug Justice and Jeff Longhany, who have combined for 34 career starts since 2002. Both Justice and Longhany saw significant...Friday August 19, 2005