Thursday's UNC Football Links

"North Carolina, which has yet to win a game this year, gets to play Miami, Virginia Tech, Florida State, Virginia and the Wolfpack the next two years, while Maryland and Clemson drop off the Tar Heels' schedule."
ACC's great divide
The Raleigh News and Observer

"North Carolina safety Dexter Reid planned on getting in contact with the cameraman he ran into in the back of the end zone Saturday to apologize for the incident, Tar Heels coach John Bunting said."
Reid to apologize for incident with cameraman
The Burlington Times News

"North Carolina has not won a game this season, but do not -- for a minute -- say nothing has gone right for the Tar Heels."
UNC's Waddell has an All-Pro heart
The Charlotte Observer

"Just take a look at the ACC's new football schedule format for 2004, and if you're a UNC fan, you've got to be wondering if your lineup of opponents could get any more vicious unless you played the Buccaneers or the Titans."
DASCENZO: You can't always get what you want
The Durham Herald Sun

"John Owen Jr., vice president of Time Warner Cable's Raleigh division, said more than 7,000 subscribers paid between $9.95 (preorder price) and $12.95 (game-day price) to view the annual rivalry."
Fans tune in to pay-per-view
The Fayetteville Observer

"East Carolina said on Tuesday that all tickets for its game against North Carolina on Oct. 11 have been sold. Kickoff will be at 3:30 at ECU's Dowdy-Ficklen Stadium."
ACCNotebook
The Winston Salem Journal

"North Carolina basketball retains the guarantee of twice-a-year meetings with Triangle rivals Duke and N.C. State. The Maryland football team is spared Miami in 2004 and '05, and Virginia Tech won't have to tangle with Florida State in those years."
Who's happy? Who's unhappy?
The Greensboro News and Record


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