Tuesday's UNC Football Links

Tuesday's links from around the 'net.

"Still, it would be tempting to the Badgers (2-1), who have wins over West Virginia and Akron, to sniff at the Tar Heels (0-2), who are making their first road trip this season."
Mistakes make for some unhappy faces at Wisconsin
The Raleigh News and Observer

"For all of those Wisconsin football fans who wanted Brooks Bollinger benched for Jim Sorgi, here's a careful-what-you-wish-for question: What would you give to have Bollinger back?"
Blame Alvarez for UW's QB woes
The Milwaukee Journal Sentinal

"The first thing I'm going to tell my players is don't let their record lull you to sleep or mislead you. As soon as you watch film, you'll realize that they're very athletic. Anyone that I talked to in the off-season talked to me about that. I can remember watching them play against Oklahoma when I think it was Ronald Curry that was the highly recruited as a two sports star and Oklahoma had him flustered as a young player."
Alvarez Addresses Media Monday
The UWBadgers.com

"That doesn't mean the team won't be looking for quite a bit of improvement, though. No one is underestimating North Carolina based on their 0-2 start this year -- those losses have come against an impressive Florida State squad and in a triple overtime barn-burner against Syracuse."
Offense looks to regroup
The Badger Herald

"Regardless of Davis's playing status, the Badgers will rebound this weekend in Madison against the lowly North Carolina Tar Heels, who just can't wait for the Miami Hurricanes to enter the ACC next year. Wisconsin better not find a way to lose this cakewalk, or else its season can turn into a mess, much like a spoiled slice of cheese."
Big Ten teams tune up for conference slateuse
The Michigan Daily

"Set the tone with Davis and use Sorgi when needed. The most effective and consistent the Badgers have looked this season has been when Davis is grinding it out. Look at the final quarter of the West Virginia game. Davis and the offensive line got it done when they needed to. Sorgi and his bevy of receivers make a nice complement, but Davis is the heart of the Badger offense."
Turn it back
The Badger Herald

"The sold-out game between rivals N.C. State and UNC at Carter-Finley Stadium on Sept. 27 just became an even hotter ticket. That's because, for the first time since 1990, the rivalry game won't be televised -- nationally or locally."
N.C. State-UNC game not on TV schedule
The Raleigh News and Observer

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