Monday's UNC Football Links

Monday's links from around the 'net

"The most competitive position on North Carolina's football team is at running back. But the Tar Heels aren't sure if that area will be a strength or a weakness in 2003."
UNC backfield a question mark
The Kinston Free Press

"A three-hour practice at North Carolina last Tuesday ended at 7 p.m., but Derrele Mitchell wasn't close to being finished with football that day. "
His turn? Mitchell looks for bigger role in UNC offense
The Winston Salem Journal

"Last season's 3-9 debacle seems like something no one at North Carolina would care to remember. That's why it might seem odd that star safety Dexter Reid has the record scrawled above his locker."
Tar Heels toughen up for '03
The Augusta Chronicle

"Just as Culpepper cocked his arm and prepared to throw, he was flushed out of the pocket by Chiefs defensive tackle Ryan Sims, who blew past guard David Dixon at the snap, and defensive end Vonnie Holliday, who fought off a double team and also gave chase."
Sims showing signs of helping chiefs pass rush
The Kansas City Star

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