Wednesday's UNC Football Links

Wednesday's links from around the 'net.

"After Saturday, eight games will remain on North Carolina's football schedule. But the rest of UNC's season hinges largely on what happens this week at N.C. State."
Heels' season on line
The Raleigh News and Observer

"He announced Tuesday that junior cornerback Lionell Green would replace senior Derrick Johnson, who struggled throughout the Wisconsin game, against N.C. State on Saturday."
Secondary switch up
The Raleigh News and Observer

"ESPN didn't think Saturday's N.C. State-North Carolina game was important enough to put on television. ABC passed up the Tar Heel-Wolfpack clash and picked Wake Forest at Virginia as its ACC game of the week instead."
UNC-State: 'Ain't no different'
The Durham Herald Sun

"North Carolina's rivalry with N.C. State hasn't changed one bit for Coach John Bunting in the 31 years since he played at Chapel Hill."
Tar Heels' Bunting relishes old rivalry
The Winston Salem Journal

"Maj. Steve Stover, an Army spokesman, confirmed Tuesday that Lunsford Brown , 27, was one of two soldiers killed in an attack in Abu Gareeb, Iraq. Stover said Brown had been a member of the 302nd Military Intelligence Battalion based in Germany."
UNC center's brother killed in Iraq
The Raleigh News and Observer

"Lunsford Brown, known to family members as Deuce or Deucy, was based in Germany and had been in Iraq seven months. He is survived by his wife, Sherrie, and a daughter he never got to meet. Amber Brown was born June 17 in Greensboro."
UNC center deals with brother's death
The Durham Herald Sun

"The ACC is having discussions with Notre Dame about becoming the league's 12th member, with concessions to allay the school's concern about giving up its lucrative independent status in football in the near future."
ACC pursuing Notre Dame
The Charlotte Observer

"The NCAA has informally rejected the Atlantic Coast Conference's bid to stage a football championship game with 11 teams, essentially ruling out a lucrative title game in 2004, Clemson athletics director Terry Don Phillips said Tuesday."
ACC won't have title game in '04
The Anderson Independent Mail

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