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Carolina Football

Despite their late start, Bunting said several could play this year. In addition to Hunter, the scholarship players include wide receiver Chris Curry, defensive end Xavier Rainey, strong safety Ronnie Bryant, and running back Barrington Edwards, who transferred from LSU and will have to sit out a year.
Hunter joins Tar Heels' drills
Raleigh News & Observer

Last spring, a group led by reserve quarterback Matt Baker and offensive lineman Arthur Smith decided to produce close to 100 light blue bumper stickers that read: "#65 Chacos for Heisman."
UNC FB notes: Chacos for Heisman?
Durham Herald-Sun

"He's a sharp kid. I don't think that will be a problem,'' said Belichick. ``He did that down at North Carolina. Ran the defense down there. Not just the guy that verbally called it, but I think they relied on him on a lot of the checks and adjustments, and we noticed that on film."
With Scott done, Reid must step up
Boston Herald

After weighing his options between a chance to play college football at the University of North Carolina, or starting his professional baseball career with the Boston Red Sox organization, Rozier made his decision official Tuesday afternoon by signing his first professional baseball contract.
Rozier signs with BoSox
Jonesboro News-Daily

Carolina Basketball

Tony Shaver began his college basketball career at the University of North Carolina under the direction of legendary coach Dean Smith. The William & Mary basketball coach will make a return trip to the Tar Heel state Jan. 2 to play in the building that bears his mentor's name.
Shaver's homecoming
Virginia Gazette

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