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Two Football Players Opt to Graduate
Tar Heel football players Richie Rich and Kenton Thornton will graduate this spring, instead of using their fifth year of eligibility in 2009. A UNC...

Brandon Tate gets a chance to reflect on his numbers
It was after Richie Rich, Jordan Hemby, Bobby Rome and Brandon Tate watched Tate's exploits against McNeese State for the fourth time after the game...

Rich, White Adjusting to New Roles
Johnny White and Richie Rich arrived at North Carolina as highly-touted running back prospects in their respective recruiting classes, but both players are now expected...

Adjusting to adjustments
Butch Davis has made plenty of adjustments of his own to keep the Tar Heels in the bowl hunt heading into the season's 10th game...

Rich's move evokes Davis' attitude toward change
When North Carolina coach Butch Davis approached Richie Rich three weeks ago about switching from tailback to defensive back, the sophomore wasn't all that surprised...

UNC postgame clipboard
Sticking with one tailback. Freshman Johnny White may have gained only 60 yards on 16 carries, but he also gained an awful lot of experience...

Johnny White runs to head of backfield
Redshirt freshman Johnny White has emerged at the top of North Carolina's crowded tailback rotation. Coach Butch Davis said Monday there has been "a little,...

UNC gets a win, but not a lot of answers, vs. JMU
Butch Davis thought the first game of the season would help him sort out the North Carolina football team's situation at running back. But two...

Let's play football!
Davis era begins: New coach Butch Davis has been preparing for this game since he was hired in November. UNC hasn't posted a winning record...

New-look Tar Heels hit the field Saturday
Richie Rich has emerged as the starter at tailback for Carolina as the Tar Heels prepare to open the season against James Madison on Saturday...

Young Heels to get a trial by fire
When Butch Davis' unveiled UNC's depth chart for Saturday's game vs. James Madison, the reality of the Tar Heels youth became more clear. Nineteen freshmen...

Richie Rich leads Heels’ depth chart
To hear Butch Davis tell it, Richie Rich is on top of the depth chart at running back for North Carolina because, well, somebody had...

Richie Rich to start at running back in opener
North Carolina may play two or three different running backs during Saturday's season opener against James Madison. Sophomore Richie Rich will get the first opportunity,...

Georgia well-represented in UNC's depth chart
If Richie Rich ends up with the starting nod -- and the ball -- on UNC's first play, the sequence might unfold like this: Center...

Vying for time at running back
Eleven days before UNC's season-opener against James Madison, four tailbacks remain in contention for playing time. Although coaches have seemed pleased with the progress of...

Rich Adding Value at Running Back
Offensive coordinator John Shoop is currently installing a ‘completion-driven’ scheme at North Carolina, which will require the running backs to also be receivers out of...

UNC's coach of all trades
North Carolina's running backs didn't have to go far to find out the scouting report on their new position coach. But even before they had...

Anthony Elzy Ready to Display His Burst
Anthony Elzy’s been labeled a power runner for as long as he can remember. But the redshirt freshman has dropped 20 pounds since weighing in...

Yates' 3 TDs Highlight Spring Game
Quarterback T.J. Yates completed 10-of-15 attempts for 163 yards and three touchdowns in North Carolina's 90-minute Spring Game on Saturday in front of approximately 10,000...

T.J. Yates Throws For Three Touchdowns In UNC Spring Game
Quarterback T.J. Yates completed 10 of 15 attempts for 163 yards and three touchdowns in North Carolina's 90-minute Spring Game on Saturday in front of...

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