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Topic - Chris Hawkins
North Carolina has received a notice of allegations from the NCAA outlining numerous "potential major violations" in the football program, including unethical conduct by a former assistant coach as well as failure to adequately monitor the conduct of a former and current players.
The NCAA has denied an appeal to shorten suspensions for North Carolina cornerback Kendric Burney and safety Deunta (dee-AHN'-tay) Williams.
A.J. Green said Tuesday he lost sleep worrying that his four-game suspension contributed to Georgia's poor start.
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.
Hawkins was previously connected to trips to Atlanta and Las Vegas made by cornerback Kendric Burney, and also paid $1,000 for the jersey of Georgia's A.J. Green _ a transaction that resulted in Green's four-game suspension because the NCAA said Hawkins qualified as an agent.
Hawkins has said he is a collector, not an agent.