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2016 Schedule
3-9, 7th in ACC - Coastal
Prospect Profile: Andre Smith (0:35)

David M. Hale ESPN Staff Writer 

Theo Pinson says UNC had a bonding experience watching UMBC beat Virginia.

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Durham, 'Voice of the Tar Heels,' dies at age 76

Woody Durham, the "Voice of the Tar Heels" who retired in 2011, died Wednesday from complications of the neurocognitive disorder that had prevented him from public speaking in recent years. He was 76.

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

SOURCE: North Carolina is expected to hire Rutgers' Henry Baker as defensive backs coach. Baker coached cornerbacks at Rutgers in 2017 after holding the same post at Delaware from 2011 to 2016. Baker replaces Terry Joseph, who left last month for a position at Notre Dame.

Matt Bowen ESPN Staff Writer 

UNC CB M.J. Stewart (5-foot-11, 198 pounds) had a really impressive session during one-on-ones today. Stewart displayed the footwork to mirror releases and he challenged the break at the top of the route. Quick to drive and close on the ball. Stewart has the ability to bump inside to the slot at the pro level too.

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

SOURCE: Notre Dame is hiring North Carolina defensive backs coach Terry Joseph to coach safeties. Joseph will fill the vacancy left by Mike Elko's departure. 247 Sports first reported the move. Joseph has coached at LSU, Louisiana Tech, Tennessee, Nebraska and Texas A&M.

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Authorities review agent and UNC player

Investigators are looking into whether an NFL agent violated North Carolina's sports agents law by contacting a Tar Heels football player despite not being registered with the state.

David M. Hale ESPN Staff Writer 

UNC LB Andre Smith declares for the NFL draft.

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Charges tossed; UNC player gets extra year

The NCAA has granted additional eligibility for a North Carolina player who missed most of the 2016 season amid charges of sexual battery and assault on a female student.

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

North Carolina athletic director Bubba Cunningham on the NCAA's academic investigation: "We didn't win [by avoiding sanctions]. It wasn't good for us, it wasn't good for the industry, it wasn't a good experience for our students. ... We know we've made a lot of mistakes as an institution. We know our students primarily got great classes while at Carolina. But we worked with every accrediting agency and we followed their process. We're committed to being open. Now what we have to do is earn back people's trust."