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Name:Bill Dooley
Hometown:Mobile, AL
High School:McGill
Born:May 19, 1934
Died:August 9, 2016
Notes:Head Football Coach (1967-1977)
Area man misuses term "barbeque"
The Bill Dooley Pigskin Preview is usually the first opportunity for local college football partisans to sink their teeth into some football talk ahead of...

Larry Fedora in Favor of Redshirt Rule
UNC football coach Larry Fedora is a proponent of a new NCAA rule that allows student-athletes to play in as many as four games without...

ACC Champs from 1977 Reunite
The Tar Heels under head coach Bill Dooley were 8-3-1 overall and 5-0-1 in the seven-team ACC, finishing a game ahead of Clemson despite the...

Chansky’s Notebook: UNC's Nightmare Football Season Over
Perhaps the longest fall in Carolina football history has come to a merciful end. The Tar Heels have had bad seasons before, most of them...

UNC ACC Football Champs from 1977 Reunite for Western Carolina Game
Some 70 players and managers from North Carolina's 1977 ACC championship football team will convene in Chapel Hill this weekend for a reunion around the...

Perspective on UNC football under Larry Fedora
Since arriving in Chapel Hill, Larry Fedora has guided UNC to a bowl game every season that they have been eligible. You know who did...

Video: Roaches, bears play role in Triangle coaches' favorite recruiting memories
The head football coaches from North Carolina, Duke, East Carolina, NC Central and NC State shared their most memorable stories from the recruiting trail at...

Triangle Pigskin Preview Set For July 20
On July 20, 2017, The 15th Annual Bill Dooley Pigskin Preview will be held at the Embassy Suites in Cary, NC. Registration starts at...

UNC’s key to football success is keeping Larry Fedora happy
At 40-25, Larry Fedora holds the second-highest win percentage (.615) of any Tar Heel coach in the ACC era (dating to 1953). Coaches trailing him...

Joey Mangili Receives NFF University Scholar Athlete Award
Former UNC punter Joey Mangili was named the recipient of the University Scholar Athlete award by the National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame,...


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