"North Carolina has broken to a 7-1 record by coming at opponents in waves. Eight players average at least 15 minutes a game, and another averages nine. No Tar Heel is averaging more than 29 minutes."
N. Carolina's bench keeps up the pace
The USA Today
"North Carolina senior center Jason Brown has been named a first-team All-America by Pro Football Weekly."
North Carolina senior center Jason Brown has been named a first-team All-America by Pro Football Weekly.
The Durham Herald-Sun
"When Julius Peppers arrived at North Carolina, there was talk of making him a tight end. That didn't last long, because the Tar Heels already had a guy named Alge Crumpler, who was developing into one of the nation's best tight ends."
Crumpler is Peppers of the offense
The Charlotte Observer
"Jim Mora, the Falcons' rookie head coach, joked that Crumpler may be on the other end of the field Saturday. Since Carolina has lined up defensive end Julius Peppers at wide receiver for one play in each of the last two games, Mora talked about bringing Peppers' former UNC teammate in to defend.
Receiver Peppers vs. defensive back Crumpler?
Imagine the collision.
Crumpler's stock soars with Falcons
The High Point Enterprise