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Quarterback Cameron Sexton of Scotland County is one of three soon-to-be-freshmen who were working out with the Tar Heels at their first practice at Charlotte Country Day on Sunday.
Incoming freshman impresses Bunting
Raleigh News & Observer

"I still think his best football is ahead of him," Sanders said. "... His physical attributes are as good as I've been around, and as his knowledge of the game grows, he's going to be a very good player at the next level."
Safety shores up 'D'
Raleigh News & Observer

"We had a blast," said Bunting, who played the role of Tar Heel Santa, even reading a version of "Twas The Night Before Christmas" that had a noticeable North Carolina twist to the tale.
UNC adds spice for holidays
Charlotte Observer

NCAA rules permit schools to pay players mileage for bowl trips. Players who live in North Carolina won't pocket much money because their campus and the bowl in Charlotte are in their home state.
Bowls give players chance to profit
Charlotte Observer

Weather can be a relative thing. As Boston College's football team trotted into the frigid air Sunday for its first practice at Myers Park High for Thursday's Continental Tire Bowl, some players wore sleeveless T-shirts, having not yet put on their jerseys and shoulder pads. Others were bundled with gloves and hats.
Eagles take to climate change from Boston
Charlotte Observer

"I call him an overnight celebrity,'' UNC wide receiver Jesse Holley said. "He kept fighting and he kept coming to practice every week and he kept biding his time. He knew sooner or later he'd get a chance again.
From 3rd to savor for Scott
Fayetteville Observer

However, Peterson said the hand he broke Nov. 20 against Temple is fine now, and coach Tom O'Brien said Peterson will be the starter when the Eagles (8-3) face North Carolina (6-5) at Bank of America Stadium
Peterson handed bowl start
Boston Globe

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