Three North Carolina football players were suspended indefinitely Monday after being cited for misdemeanor possession of marijuana -- a punishment athletics director Dick Baddour said could "very possibly" last the rest of the season.
Heels suspend three players
Raleigh News & Observer
The statement said the three players denied involvement in the incident, which occurred at Connor Residence Hall, where Thomas lives. Maj. Jeff McCracken of the UNC police said an officer went to the dorm after someone told police they smelled marijuana.
UNC suspends three after drug citations
Durham Herald Sun
Hedgecock shifted from fullback to tailback due to an ankle injury that has sidelined UNC's starting tailback Ronnie McGill for two straight games. The performance had teammates and coaches raving about the player they call "Mad Dog.''
Hedgecock packs punch for Carolina
More than 60,000 people were lucky Saturday night, regardless of school affiliation or opinion on the game's controversial ending. They all witnessed something Carolina and State fans will remember forever, one of the greatest games in a rivalry that began in 1894.
Epic game revives rivalry
Rocky Mount Telegram
The Utah coach said he grew irritated when he heard broadcasters on ESPN - namely, analyst Trev Alberts - suggest that the No. 11 Utes play a weak schedule or would struggle if they played in a better league than the Mountain West Conference.
Meyer not impressed by pundits
Salt Lake Tribune
"I feel like I'm here for a reason, whether it's three months, six months, two years or five years," he said. "I feel I have a purpose in Dallas."
Stackhouse is ready to play a supporting role
One of the referees for the Sixers' scrimmage Monday morning was Scott Smith, son of former University of North Carolina coach Dean Smith.
Delaware Co. Daily Times