Sanders and Gutekunst were hired in the offseason to lead the defense. Gutekunst is the Tar Heels' defensive coordinator and linebackers coach and will call the defensive plays in the fall. Sanders, who helped guide a Nebraska defense that led the nation in interceptions in 2003, is the co-defensive coordinator and defensive backs coach.
Offensively, Carolina moved the ball effectively for much of the practice, but is still working to become more consistent.
"We're not even close to where we need to be at the end of the spring," said Bunting. "We've got two weeks to get better on offense, to get this offense really grinding away. We had too many penalties out here today."
Darian Durant quarterbacked the first-team offense, but Carolina rotated quarterbacks Matt Baker, a junior from Rochester Hills, Mich., and redshirt freshman Roger Heinz of Tallahassee, Fla., with the second and third teams.
"(Roger) is a confident kid. That's the way he thinks. Between him and Baker, we've got to come up with a No. 2."