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Mahlon Carey News & Bio


Name:Mahlon Carey
Hometown:Austell, GA
High School:South Cobb
Born:April 6, 1984 (35)
Height/Weight:6-1, 219
Position:Linebacker
Notes:Football

NFL player's gift shouldn't raise eyebrows
UNC came out with another release on Thursday with more names and numbers. This time the university listed five people that provided "impermissible gifts of...

Tar Heel Football Notebook
The season-ending injury to cornerback Jacoby Watkins means a secondary shuffle is in order. Quinton Person--who had 10 tackles against Utah and also earned the...

Notes on this week's matchup with Utah
Nebraska transfer Joe Dailey spent some time as the scout team quarterback this week, giving Carolina an effective way to simulate the run/pass problems presented...

Trimane Goddard anxious for second season with Tar Heels
Trimane Goddard isn't used to coming in second. While that may have happened to him in his battle with senior Mahlon Carey for the starting...

Mahlon Carey, new starter, searches for tickets
Mahlon Carey has a critical responsibility for Saturday’s game between North Carolina and Georgia Tech. The incessant voice in his ear has reminded him time...

Putting final pieces in place
Now that the Tar Heels are deeper and more athletic on defense, John Bunting has promised a more aggressive scheme. That will include some zone...

Tar Heels shore up starting jobs
Senior Mahlon Carey at strong safety and junior Larry Edwards at strong-side linebacker have won starting jobs as North Carolina coach John Bunting settles his...

Carey and Edwards a winning ticket for Tar Heels
North Carolina has decided two key position battles and left one open-ended heading into Saturday's season-opening game at Georgia Tech. Senior Mahlon Carey has moved...

John Bunting settles some positions
The depth chart still sports the word "or" plenty of times, but North Carolina's starting lineup became clearer Tuesday. Coach John Bunting said that junior...

Battle For The Ball
In the grand scheme of things, it probably doesn’t matter much who actually starts at strong safety when North Carolina opens the season at Georgia...


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