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Carolina Football

The fifth-year senior is a center of consistency, if not attention. Only four of his estimated 400 snaps in the past three-plus seasons have been badly off target. That accuracy and a granite-solid 6-foot-3, 247-pound physique have given him hopes of playing in the NFL.
Warren aims for NFL job
Raleigh News & Observer

"That could be the most frustrating thing I've ever been through," said the former starter, who paced instead of played on his mended left ankle last week. "But this week I'm ready to go," he added, cracking his signature grin.
McGill eager to run
Raleigh News & Observer

Coach John Bunting said that his team has fought long and hard to be in this position after combining for five victories the previous two seasons. He has told his players that they can do something special in the next two weeks but that they have to take advantage of their opportunity.
Heels must win last 2 for a shot at bowl
Winston-Salem Journal

He has certainly made an impression at his new school. He has a team-high 61 tackles, including 46 solos, and three sacks. He has been particularly visible in the Tar Heels' two most recent games, their historic 31-28 upset of Miami (Fla.) and their narrow loss to Virginia Tech.
Ex-E. Tenn. State safety is at home in N. Carolina
USA Today

Hill is in his third season as a starter as Douglass. He has 4.8-second speed over 40 yards and plays offensive tackle, tight end and defensive tackle. UNC recruited him to play tight end or on the defensive line.
UNC gets commitment from Atlanta lineman
Winston-Salem Journal

Carolina Basketball

Williams can sense the change in attitude, Rashad McCants' media-day "jail sentence" comment not withstanding. And he welcomes it after last year's struggle to gain his players' trust and confidence. But he won't be fooled. There are 327 Division I basketball programs with players unified.
Tar Heels work to keep egos in check
Greensboro News & Record

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