UNC's missing lineup

November 17, 2010 

Marvin Austin

DT, 6-3, 310, sr.

Dismissed from the program by the school after accepting more than $10,000 in impermissible benefits, according to UNC.

John Blake

associate head coach

Resigned Sept. 5 and was paid a $75,000 settlement. His lawyers have admitted that he received "gifts" and "loans" from sports agent Gary Wichard, a longtime friend.

Charles Brown

CB, 5-10, 205, jr.

Missed entire season; will redshirt and return in 2011.

Kendric Burney

CB, 5-9, 190, sr.

Missed six games under an NCAA suspension, plus a seventh while the NCAA reviewed a detail in his academic record. Accepted benefits worth $1,333 on trips to Atlanta, Las Vegas and California; traveled with Chris Hawkins, who has been ruled an agent by the NCAA, on at least some of the trips. Required to pay $575.19 to charity.

Shaun Draughn

RB, 6-0, 205, sr.

Missed one game.

Linwan Euwell

DE, 6-2, 220, jr.

Missed five games.

Brian Gupton

DB, 6-3, 190, jr.

Missed entire season.

Ryan Houston

RB, 6-2, 245, sr.

Missed five games and is redshirting so he can play in 2011.

Greg Little

WR, 6-3, 220, sr.

Declared permanently ineligible by NCAA. UNC found he accepted benefits worth $4,952 that included diamond earrings and trips to the Bahamas, Washington, D.C., and Miami, and that he provided false information.

Michael McAdoo

DE, 6-7, 245, jr.

Declared permanently ineligible by NCAA; UNC is appealing.

Robert Quinn

DE, 6-5, 270, jr.

Declared permanently ineligible by NCAA. UNC found he accepted benefits worth $5,642, including two black diamond watches, matching earrings and travel accommodations to Miami, and that he provided false information.

Devon Ramsay

FB, 6-2, 240, jr.

Declared permanently ineligible by NCAA; UNC is appealing. Played in four games, including two wins that will not be forfeited.

Da'Norris Searcy

S, 6-0, 200, sr.

Missed three games.

Jonathan Smith

S, 6-2, 200, sr.

Missed entire season.

Deunta Williams

S, 6-2, 215, sr.

Missed four games. Accepted $1,426 in benefits on two trips to California, visiting former Tar Heels player Omar Brown. Required to pay $450.67 to charity.

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