Wednesday's UNC Football Links

Wednesday's links from around the 'net.

"After watching the game tape of North Carolina's 37-0 loss to Florida State, Coach John Bunting switched some players' positions, replaced several starters and had a talk with a freshman about stepping into the lineup."
Lineup changes for Heels
The Durham Herald Sun

"The zero in North Carolina's 37-0 loss to Florida State on Saturday disappointed the UNC coaches. The 37 alarmed them."
No defending UNC's defense
The Raleigh News and Observer

"In this third season at Carolina, Bunting has to win enough games and show enough improvement over the Tar Heels' 3-9 performance last year to avoid having to coach for his job in 2004."
Coaches may need quick fix
The Raleigh News and Observer

"The question is this: will Bunting need to recruit and age players to reach that plateau, or can he and this staff work some coaching magic of their own -- particularly now that so many people are already writing this team off for 2003?"
The Coach's Task: Engineer Some Magic

"Because of his small stature, Pollock was mostly ignored by Florida, Florida State and Miami despite impressive statistics as a receiver at Southeast High School in Bradenton, Fla."
Pollock emerging as top receiver for Heels
The Charlotte Observer

"Jeff Kerr, a former South Rowan star who was a three-time all-conference linebacker at East Carolina. Kerr is UNC's assistant strength coach, but he's also helping Wooldridge become a better punter."
Kerr gets kick out of helping UNC's Wooldridge
The Salisbury Post

"North Carolina will make some changes on defense this week that should lead to the college debut of Isaiah 'Puff' Thomas, a freshman lineman from Winston-Salem."
Freshman Thomas, former Carver star, likely to debut on UNC's defensive line
The Winston Salem Journal

"WITN-TV, the Official Station of the Pirates, will bring the East Carolina-North Carolina football matchup to football fans throughout the state, the NBC affiliate announced on Tuesday."
East Carolina-North Carolina to be Televised Statewide by WITN

"Their MVP seasons came eight years ago: Indian River's James Boyd was the best defensive player in the Southeastern District in 1995. Deep Creek fullback Deon Dyer was the best on offense."
2 too-brief careers sum up life in the NFL
The Virginian-Pilot

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