Wednesday's UNC Links

Wednesday's links from around the 'net.

Carolina Basketball

Mike Krzyzewski and Roy Williams are on competing sides of this rivalry, but they come at Thursday's Duke-North Carolina game the same way.
Duke-UNC: Don't believe the hype
The Durham Herald Sun

Former North Carolina basketball coach Dean Smith said after his autobiography was published in 1999 that he'd never even begin to write another book. But there he was Tuesday, back at the Bull's Head Bookshop on the Carolina campus, signing copies of his newest project, "The Carolina Way; Leadership Lessons from a Life in Coaching."
Smith shows you the way
The Raleigh News and Observer

Carolina Football

One year after N.C. State's Chuck Amato and North Carolina's John Bunting built a virtual wall around the state of North Carolina, the two Big Four coaches have seen their in-state dominance crumble.
Quality football hauls for Triangle
The Durham Herald Sun

Defensive lineman Demario Pressley from Greensboro Dudley High School will make his college choice known at school today and then will sign a binding national letter of intent on the first day of the NCAA's football-signing period.
N.C. State, UNC pursuing top lineman
The Winston Salem Journal

Finally, a healthy Bullard began to assert himself on the UNC defense as a junior in '03. He made the first start of his career at middle linebacker for the Tar Heels last October against Virginia and finished the season ranked eighth on the team with 45 tackles.
How has the class of 2000 fared?
The Fayetteville Observer

That North Carolina was even a consideration for Goddard, who is ranked as the ninth best cornerback in the country by The, came as a surprise to many people, some of whom figured such a high-profile recruit would turn his nose up at a program trying to rebound from several years of poor showings.
Goddard a godsend for UNC
The Raleigh News and Observer

Pressley is expected to sign with one of three ACC schools -- North Carolina, N.C. State or Florida State -- but Dudley coach Victor Floyd added some intrigue Tuesday night by saying: "Everybody's going to be shocked."
ACC getting help from area athletes
The Greensboro News and Record

North Carolina coach John Bunting beat Florida State on its home turf for one of the top offensive linemen in the nation, but the Tar Heels lost out on highly regarded Marshville Forest Hills defensive tackle Marque Hall, who committed to South Carolina on Tuesday night.
Tar Heels, USC get top-rated linemen
The Charlotte Observer

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