Dre Bly and North Carolina's Cornerbacks

A two-time All-American in the late 1990s, Dré Bly embodied the "rude boys" nickname created by early 90s defensive backs including , , , and . UNC's DBs still refer to themselves as such. But in his first spring as UNC's cornerbacks coach, Bly instructed his players on what it truly means to be rude. (

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