"We want a schedule that makes sense," Bunting said. "Our goals have to be, 'Let's win the ACC. Let's play a national schedule.' We still have a lot conference rivals. That ABC -- Anyone But Carolina -- that's still out there."
UNC football notebook
Uncertainty on both sides of the line of scrimmage: That about sums up the way John Bunting sounded Wednesday in his annual June talk about North Carolina football.
Heels have uncertainty on both sides
Sporting an untucked shirt, baggy shorts and a Detroit Tigers baseball cap with the bill spun around, Matt Baker looked more like National Lampoon's Van Wilder than he did North Carolina's quarterback of the future during his press conference Wednesday at Kenan Stadium.
Baker under pressure
North Carolina's football opener at Georgia Tech is still three months away. But for Matt Baker, that game is fast-approaching.
Patience finally paying off for UNC's Baker
Greensboro News & Record
He has waited four years to be North Carolina's starting quarterback and his wait is over. The position is his for the 2005 season, his last at North Carolina and Kenan Stadium.
Baker set to step in as the UNC quarterback
"Terry Hunter is no longer a member of this football program," Bunting said. "It's a shame because we worked very hard to try to help him. Now he's got to go find a way to help himself."
Hunter kicked off Tar Heels' football team
X-rays taken Wednesday revealed that Manuel had suffered a hairline fracture on the outside of his left foot after slipping on a wet spot on the floor at the Solheim Center in downtown Chicago.
Manuel gets a bad break at camp
Raleigh News & Observer
The NBA Finals haven't even begun, but Rasheed Wallace's dry-ice wit and blue vocabulary are in top form.
Rasheed Wallace holds court on eve of finals
Him is Wayne Ellington Jr., a 6-5 basketball star at Episcopal Academy. That is what would surely be a wildly successful career at the University of North Carolina, of whatever duration.
College has its degrees: Episcopal Academy's Ellington
Former North Carolina point guard Raymond Felton will join Electronic Arts as the cover athlete and spokesman for the video game "NCAA March Madness 06," the company announced Wednesday.
Felton joins EA as cover athlete