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Latest Butch Davis Items
North Carolina doesn't plan any self-imposed sanctions on the school's football program amid an NCAA investigation into agent-related benefits and academic misconduct, Chancellor Holden Thorp said Thursday.
Several groups are working with the NCAA to find new ways to enforce rules prohibiting improper agent-related benefits for student-athletes, including possible post-NCAA financial penalties that reach into a player's potential NFL career.
North Carolina football coach Butch Davis has told his players to stop using Twitter.
With the North Carolina football program being investigated by the NCAA and fighting to salvage its season, coach Butch Davis said Monday he is "sorry" he trusted former assistant coach John Blake.
Attorneys for former North Carolina assistant coach John Blake say there was nothing seedy about loans their client received from longtime friend and sports agent Gary Wichard, and there was never an arrangement to direct players to Wichard once they left for the NFL.
North Carolina coach Butch Davis said Thursday his program needs to do more to monitor what players are doing and who they're associating with following an NCAA investigation into improper benefits and academic misconduct.
The NCAA suspended North Carolina defensive back Kendric Burney six games and safety Deunta Williams four games on Wednesday for receiving improper benefits.
North Carolina is getting one key player back for this weekend's home opener against Georgia Tech.
John Blake has resigned his position on North Carolina's football staff, effective immediately, school officials said Sunday night.