North Carolina Tar Heels Football - Head Coaches

Head Coaches

Tenure Coach Years Record Pct.
1889 Hector Cowan 1 2–2 .500
1894 V. K. Irvine 1 6–3 .667
1895 T. C. Trenchard 1 7–1–1 .833
1896 Gordon Johnston 1 3–4–1 .438
1897–00 W. A. Reynolds 4 27–7–4 .763
1901 Charles Jenkins 1 7–2 .778
1902–03 H. S. Olcott 2 11–4–3 .694
1904 R. R. Brown 1 5–2–2 .667
1905 William Warner 1 4–3–1 .563
1906 W. S. Keinholz 1 1–4–2 .286
1907 Otis Lamson 1 4–4–1 .500
1908 Edward Green 1 3–3–3 .500
1909–10 A. E. Brides 2 8–8 .500
1911 Branch Bocock 1 6–1–1 .813
1912 W. C. Martin 1 3–4–1 .438
1913–15 T. C. Trenchard 4 19–8–1 .696
1916–19 Thomas Campbell 2 9–7–1 .559
1920 M. E. Fuller 1 2–6 .250
1921–25 Bill Fetzer 5 30–12–4 .696
1926–33 Chuck Collins 8 38–31–9 .545
1934–35 Carl Snavely 2 15-2-1 .833
1936–41 Ray Wolf 6 38–17–3 .681
1942 Jim Tatum 1 5-2-2 .667
1943 Tom Young 1 6–3 .667
1944 Gene McEver 1 1–7–1 .167
1945–52 Carl Snavely 8 44–33–4 .568
1953–55 George Barclay 3 11–18–1 .383
1956–58 Jim Tatum 3 12–15–1 .429
1959–66 Jim Hickey 8 36–45 .444
1967–77 Bill Dooley 11 69–53–2 .565
1978–87 Dick Crum 10 72–41–3 .634
1988–97 Mack Brown 10 69–46–1 .599
1998–00 Carl Torbush 3 17–18 .486
2001–06 John Bunting 6 27–45 .375
2007–10 Butch Davis 4 12–23 .343
2011 Everett Withers (Interim) 1 7-6 .538
2012- Larry Fedora 1 8-4 .666
1889–2010 33 coaches (1 interim) 114 654–503–54 .562
  • During the years 1888 and 1891–93, North Carolina had no official head coach. Over those four seasons, the team went 8–9.
  • In 1890, the North Carolina Tar Heels did not field a team.
    • On September 19, 2011, North Carolina self-imposed sanctions against their football program, including forfeiting their wins from the 2008 and 2009 seasons.
      • On March 12, 2012 The NCAA Committee on Infractions stiffened the previously self-imposed sanctions including, inter alia, vacating participation in the '08 and '09 Bowl Games.

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