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An attorney has released cellphone records for fired North Carolina football coach Butch Davis to media outlets, saying it should prove "once and for all" that Davis did nothing wrong regarding misconduct by players.
Dozens of Filipino hospital workers in California will share a nearly $1 million settlement in a lawsuit claiming they were targeted by a rule requiring English only at work, federal officials said Monday.
The NCAA infractions committee has hit North Carolina's football program with a one-year postseason ban, a reduction of 15 scholarships and three years of probation following an investigation into improper benefits and academic misconduct.
Larry Fedora says he's excited to help North Carolina's football program move forward.
North Carolina's board of trustees approved a 7-year contract for new football coach Larry Fedora on Friday, the final step in hiring Fedora away from Southern Mississippi as the permanent replacement for Butch Davis.
North Carolina is now looking for a new permanent football coach and athletic director.
North Carolina fired football coach Butch Davis on Wednesday, saying the past year of turmoil amid an NCAA investigation into improper benefits and academic misconduct was doing too much damage to the school's reputation.
A former North Carolina football player has filed a lawsuit against the school and the NCAA, seeking reinstatement after being declared permanently ineligible for academic misconduct.
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.
Marvin Austin and Robert Quinn lined up side-by-side on North Carolina's practice field for defensive line drills while Greg Little hauled in passes.
E-mails released by the University of North Carolina indicate coach Butch Davis sought counseling for the players involved in the NCAA investigation into his football program.
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.
The NCAA investigation hovering over North Carolina's football program has frustrated everyone at the university from administrators to alumni.
Two people familiar with the NCAA investigation at North Carolina say the school will discuss academic violations within the football program at a news conference Thursday night.
When he fired Davis, Thorp said he didn't believe the coach knew of the violations even though it could cost the school $2.7 million in contractual obligations by 2015.
"Obviously this has been a painful and difficult experience," Thorp said on a teleconference with reporters. "We don't like to have this kind of attention brought to any part of the university, especially one as visible as the athletic program."