Poor defense hides Heels' solid offense
The Macon Telegraph
Fresh off a 42-34 win over Wake Forest, North Carolina hopes to put together back-to-back victories for the first time since the 2001 season as the Tar Heels head to Atlanta to face Georgia Tech on Saturday, Nov. 18. The game will kick off at 12 noon and will be televised by JP Sports as the ACC Game of the Week, Carolina's fourth-straight appearance on JP.
Tar Heels Set to Visit the Yellow Jackets
Georgia Tech has played 11 true freshmen this season, including two starters. North Carolina has played 12 true freshmen this year, including six starters.
The Gwinnett Daily Post
Curry (5 feet 10, 190 pounds) enters this week's game against North Carolina as Tech's second-leading receiver with 30 catches, trailing only Jonathan Smith. He had a season-best seven receptions for 76 yards in the Jackets' win over N.C. State last month, including a beautiful, fully extended grab of a Reggie Ball pass for a 5-yard touchdown.
Curry looks sharp off the field as well as on
The Atlanta Journal Constitution
True freshman quarterback Reggie Ball is close to becoming the most prolific freshman signal-caller in Tech history. Ball needs just 147 passing yards to pass Shawn Jones for the most by a freshman in school history.
Ball closes in on record
The Ledger Enquirer