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As if fixing the kickoff coverage, changing the secondary and trying to improve its run defense weren't enough to do this week, the North Carolina football team must now re-jigger its offensive line, as well.
Hits just keep coming for Heels
Raleigh News & Observer

However, ACC associate commissioner Shane Lyons said it was unlikely that a player with a non-injury redshirt season would be granted a sixth year.
Out of line: Seagraves likely done for season
Durham Herald-Sun

In the Yellow Jackets' 2-0 start this season, he has already thrown six touchdown passes, including four in last week's dramatic win at Clemson. All that doesn't bode well for North Carolina, which will face the Tech standout at 6 p.m. Saturday in Chapel Hill.
Heels have eye on Ball
Raleigh News & Observer

He's one of their own, and here in this small community that still means something. In that sense, John Bunting has job security. But there's something in the air here that people have sensed for some time now. They know the signs. They've seen the symptoms. They know what comes next.
Bunting steadfast in wood sawing
Greensboro News & Record

The secondary could be shaken up. Only strong safety Gerald Sensabaugh is guaranteed a starting job. The other three positions were opened to competition this week in practice.
Bunting likely to make defensive-back changes
Winston-Salem Journal

The last quarterback to throw an interception against North Carolina is with the Indianapolis Colts now, holding a clipboard as a backup to Peyton Manning. The last player to intercept a pass for the Tar Heels has moved from strong safety to outside linebacker.
UNC defense passes on picks
Charlotte Observer

It comes down to a matter of consistency, Tech coach Chan Gailey said Tuesday. "Consistency means you are trying to play as good as you can play no matter the situation. You have to avoid a letdown."
Tech tries to avoid letdown after big upset

Tech has played without All-ACC defensive end Eric Henderson, who had 11 sacks last season, in both games. Henderson is doubtful for this week's game with North Carolina. He did not practice Tuesday, but will attempt to practice near the end of the week.
Yellow Jackets not sweating lack of sacks
Gwinnett Daily Post

"I know how good he can be, and you can't measure it," quarterback Reggie Ball said. "He can be the best I've ever seen, in person anyway."
Johnson praised after 'The Catch'
Augusta Chronicle

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