North Carolina will have to play the rest of college football's regular season without Zack Pianalto, its starting tight end, because of a broken right leg.
Tar Heels will try to replace Pianalto
The Winston Salem Journal
For the third consecutive year, North Carolina's Zack Pianalto will miss part of the season because of an oddly timed injury.
Coach Butch Davis announced Monday that the tight end, who is the Tar Heels' top receiver, would miss the remainder of the regular season after fracturing his right fibula at the ankle joint in Saturday's win over Virginia.
Pianalto out with another injury
The Durham Herald-Sun
Senior tight end Zack Pianalto, who leads North Carolina with 30 catches and 311 receiving yards through the first six games, has been lost for the regular season with a fractured right ankle.
UNC tight end Pianalto out for regular season
The Fayetteville Observer
Pianalto is the seventh player from the preseason depth chart that UNC has lost for the season to either injury or the NCAA investigation. An additional four starters have not played this season because of the NCAA investigation, and a fifth was sidelined after four games.
Broken leg sidelines Tar Heels' Pianalto
The News and Observer
Kevin Reddick is still putting his life back together after an apartment fire this summer destroyed nearly everything he owned.
But the resilient North Carolina linebacker isn't sulking. He said he is thankful to be alive and playing college football for the Tar Heels.
Tar Heels' Reddick focuses on football after fire
The Associated Press
As you're well aware, UNC coach Butch Davis is 3-0 against the Hurricanes and his former assistant coach Randy Shannon.
Davis, who was the ‘Canes' coach from 1995-2000, downplayed his return to Miami when asked about it Monday.
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