Wednesday's UNC Football Links

Wednesday's links from around the 'net.

"A few weeks ago when North Carolina safety Mahlon Carey was targeted for a "Breakfast with Bunting" program at 8 a.m. each Tuesday, he didn't know what to expect. Now he has a better idea, and a clearer understanding of what coach John Bunting wants for him and the program."
Carey receives taste of coach's passion
The Burlington Times News

"Ronnie McGill was one popular 18-year-old when he walked into his first class Monday morning. While McGill deserves plenty of credit for the stat line he put up Saturday against Wake Forest, other groups and other factors contributed to the Tar Heels taking on a McCauley Era-look."
Running revival at UNC
The Durham Herald Sun

"Credit Chase Page for having an offensive, er, defensive scheme for staying in the North Carolina football team's lineup. He'll play anywhere. First it was tight end. Then offensive guard. Then he moved to defensive tackle. Now the 6-foot-5, 286-pound junior is playing defensive end. "
Chase ends up at defensive end
The Raleigh News and Observer

"If North Carolina has its way, Atlanta will be hit by another rush hour starting at noon on Saturday."
Tar Heels say they will try to keep feet on ground when they hit road
The Winston Salem Journal

"If it were up to North Carolina, this weekend's game at Georgia Tech would be a track meet, but the Yellow Jackets have no plans on playing along."
Tech plans to avoid track meet with Heels
The Atlanta Journal Constitution

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