Thursday's UNC Links

Today's Carolina links from around the 'net.

Carolina Basketball


North Carolina basketball forward Justin Bohlander, a recruited walk-on who played in 18 games last season, will not play for the Tar Heels this season, he said Wednesday.
Bohlander leaves UNC team
Raleigh News & Observer


"I think he just realized it was time for him to move on with his life, to work on his grades and move forward," said Michael McGory, Bohlander's stepfather. "My suspicion is that it's permanent. But it's 100 percent his decision, and I suppose he could change his mind."
UNC's Bohlander says his playing days are over
Greensboro News & Record


Carolina Football


Sounds of "Dee-fense! Dee-fense!" emanated from Kenan Stadium Wednesday night. And once again, the defense sparkled in a 30-minute game-type scrimmage, North Carolina coach John Bunting said.
UNC's 'D' tops scrimmage
Raleigh News & Observer


Sensabaugh constantly is questioning. He wants to know why a linebacker is buzzing in the flat on a certain play. He asks why the safety fits into one specific area rather than another in a given scheme.
UNC gains strength from ETSU's demise
Charlotte Observer


Losing often leads to contempt and disarray. That's why Bunting and his coaches organized several group activities during the spring to help players bond.
Tar Heels grow up together
Burlington Times-News


True, the new ACC boasts three teams — Florida State, Miami and Virginia Tech — that have played in five of the six BCS national championship games. True, in the Seminoles and Hurricanes, it boasts two of the past five national champions.
College football preview: the new ACC
The Virginian Pilot


New voting bylaws require nine of the 12 schools, including Boston College upon its arrival in 2005, to approve further expansion, ACC commissioner John Swofford said Wednesday. It took seven of nine members (78 percent) to approve the expansion of Miami, Virginia Tech and Boston College.
ACC changes its voting bylaws
The State



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