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The meeting was called by the team captains and no coaches were present. It lasted about 12 minutes during the time that Coach John Bunting provides the players on Mondays before practice if they need time to talk among themselves. The discussion became pointed, but not hostile.
Tar Heels hold team meeting after loss
Winston-Salem Journal

Jesse Holley isn't ready to guarantee wins -- certainly not this weekend -- but he was adamant Tuesday that North Carolina fans won't see more of the lifeless performances that Holley and his teammates have concocted two of the last three weekends.
Heels receiver: We'll get better
Greensboro News & Record

In 2003, when the Heels finished 2-10, a total of 18,464 tickets went unsold for six games, costing UNC $533,000 to $627,000 in ticket revenue, according to assistant athletics director Clint Gwaltney. As of Monday, a total of 19,233 tickets -- worth between $544,000 and $664,000 to the athletics department -- had not been sold.
Empty seats cost Heels
Raleigh News & Observer

While McGill is progressing, Bunting said it would take a "minor miracle" for UNC's lead back to be ready by this weekend.
McGill likely out for FSU game
Raleigh News & Observer

John Bunting liked Wyatt Sexton a lot, but couldn't overcome the Florida State family connection and convince Sexton to attend North Carolina.
FSU QB almost a Tar Heel
Charlotte Observer

But the Tar Heels would be grinning ear to ear if they went even in their next four games, a brutal stretch that begins with Saturday's trip to No. 9 Florida State.
Tough stretch starts with FSU
Durham Herald-Sun

Three top 14 teams in four games isn't exactly the type of schedule that helps resurrect floundering football programs such as North Carolina's.
North Carolina prepares for rugged stretch
Burlington Times-News

The answer is out there. He's keeping a low profile, since talking about his past or his future would serve no purpose. But very soon, some of this nation's leading universities will be lining up to make their pitches, convinced that an investment in Steve Spurrier would be big money well spent.
The courtship of Spurrier coming soon to campus
Knight Ridder

After giving up a national record in kickoff returns, Florida State has re-evaluated its coverage team and increased emphasis on positioning.
Seminoles make changes on coverage team
Florida Today

The reality of having two new quarterbacks in the rotation set in for Florida State coach Bobby Bowden on Tuesday.
Bowden Being Patient With QB Situation
Tampa Bay Online

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