But neither UNC's Hedgecock, a fullback-turned-tailback, or Watkins, a cornerback, appeared intimidated by the Hurricanes.
Heels tune in on Canes
Raleigh News & Observer
Three have tried and all have failed. Now North Carolina will attempt to slow Miami, the ACC's blur of a football team, on its unbeaten dash through the conference in its first season as a member.
Heels hope to be healed in time for Hurricanes
Brock Berlin may be coming off the best three-game stretch of his college football career, including a pyrotechnic show Saturday at N.C. State, but North Carolina safety Gerald Sensabaugh isn't sold on Miami's senior quarterback.
UNC safety unimpressed by Berlin
Greensboro News & Record
As the Tar Heels (3-4, 2-2 ACC) attempt to rebuild, they have faced the most challenging schedule in the nation, according to the Sagarin computer ratings. All of North Carolina's losses have come against opponents ranked No. 14 or higher in the Associated Press' current poll.
Tar Heels schedule tough to beat
Morse and Brown, who have been pressed into a starting role for Saturday's game against North Carolina, will need all the fight and effort they can muster to avoid becoming the weak link of the retooled offensive and defensive lines.
Morse, Brown to start vs. N.C.
South Florida Sun Sentinel
Hester is third nationally in punt returns, averaging 26.2 yards per punt, and hopes to improve that number Saturday in Chapel Hill).
The UM sophomore said he was told to expect a call today from the Baltimore Ravens' Deion Sanders.
Hester is gaining attention
On Monday, Hester went to a Burger King in South Miami. The person in front of him waiting to order was on the phone -- talking about Devin Hester.
Hester is becoming a household name
"Understand one thing more than anything: We need you to get involved," he said. "Get excited. Show enthusiasm. I will support anything we have here because this is my school."
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