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Video: Fedora, Chizik & Warren Post Practice Interviews
Larry Fedora along with UNC defensive coordinator Gene Chizik and defensive backs coach Charlton Warren spoke about the Tar Heels acclimation to the 4-3 defense...

Charlton Warren Officially Tabbed As UNC Defensive Backs Coach
UNC head coach Larry Fedora announced Monday that Charlton Warren has been hired as UNC’s defensive backs coach. Warren comes to Chapel Hill from Nebraska...

ACC Football 2015 Spring Preview and Power Rankings
3. North Carolina: If UNC can improve on defense in 2015, this team can contend in the Coastal Division. The good news is coach Larry...

Extra Points: Springing Forward
The conditions Sunday afternoon in no way spoke to anything resembling springtime—35 degrees, gray skies, mounds of snow piled to the extremities of the Navy...

Spring Football Begins
The first step towards the 2015 football season starts today at Navy Field when North Carolina starts spring football practice. Larry Fedora's fourth team will...

Gene Chizik tasked with revamping UNC defense
When the time came for UNC coach Larry Fedora to make defensive staff changes, he figured he would try the biggest long shot on his...

Five things to love about UNC Football in 2015
UNC could not be much worse on the defensive side of the ball in 2014 (ranking No. 117), but Tar Heels head coach Larry Fedora...

UNC football: Four reasons to like the 2015 offense
UNC is a fast-paced tempo/spread team under head coach Larry Fedora. The scheme is designed to snap the ball fast and tire an opposing defense...

Extra Points: Judgment Day
The lives of Tar Heel football players have been ratcheted up the last two weeks. First there was Judgment day—six hours spread over two days...

UNC puts dismal football season in the past
After an uninspired bowl performance punctuated a disappointing season, several North Carolina players lashed out in frustration, describing a locker room divided between players who...

Details of UNC damage to Duke locker room
North Carolina athletics director Bubba Cunningham and Tar Heels football coach Larry Fedora covered the cost of repairing the Duke locker room that was damaged...

North Carolina to hire Nebraska secondary coach Charlton Warren
Nebraska secondary coach Charlton Warren is joining North Carolina in the same role, according to a source. The move reunites Warren and Tar Heels coach...

John Papuchis Q&A
UNC defensive assistant John Papuchis, who served as Nebraska's defensive coordinator from 2012-14. "The thing that was most intriguing to me was the opportunity to...

Larry Fedora On Passing Of Dean Smtih
UNC head football coach Larry Fedora: "My deepest condolences and prayers are with the Smith family at this time. Coach Smith was a Tar Heel...

Chizik sees UNC as another chance at a title
New North Carolina defensive coordinator Gene Chizik has earned nods at the highest level of college football as a National Championship head coach at Auburn...

Audio: Larry Fedora Interview
North Carolina head football coach Larry Fedora talked with Adam Gold and Joe Ovies of 99.9 The Fan about competing with teams that negatively recruit...

Dan Disch no longer part of UNC Football staff
UNC defensive coordinator/cornerbacks coach Dan Disch will not return for a fourth season in 2015. He was let go on Thursday morning, according to a...

Fedora Breaks Down 2015 Signing Class
North Carolina coach Larry Fedora spoke with reporters on Wednesday afternoon to discuss the Tar Heels’ 2015 recruiting class. He called it a great day,...

Defense the signature for new Tar Heels
Defense will define North Carolina’s 19 rookies. Of course, not all of those guys will be on the defensive side of the football. In fact,...

Video: Larry Fedora Post Signing Day Interview
North Carolina head coach Larry Fedora reflects on the conclusion of the 2015 National Signing Day...

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