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LSU transfer Barrington Edwards, who sat out last year, will get first crack at filling the void. "He was an impressive player the way he ran in the spring," Bunting said. "Now we want to see if he will be impressive in the way he thinks and acts [in games]."
Injuries a worry for Heels
Raleigh News & Observer

UNC coach John Bunting said he had considered moving safety Mahlon Carey, a former tailback who started a game at Virginia his freshman year, back to running back. As of yet, that hasn't happened, but it's at least on the minds of the coaching staff.
UNC tailback position up in the air
Durham Herald-Sun

Durant's successor could make or break Carolina's offense this season, which in turn could make or break Carolina's backbone against a schedule ranked among America's roughest.
Baker feels heat as UNC's new QB
Winston-Salem Journal

Bunting jokingly ripped a sheet of paper into several pieces that held the results when he saw the poll prior to an interview session, a faux angry reaction about his team's selection for a fifth-place finish in the six-team Coastal Division.
Tar Heels expected to struggle in ACC
Asheville Citizen-Times

"Johnny is ready to have a super year now, and I assure you, he'll be a key cog in the success of our season," Cougars coach Danny Wilkins said. "I really think Johnny will be an impact player at the college level. I don't have any doubt about that."
Johnny White: Chapel Hill is ‘the perfect place for me'
Asheville Citizen-Times

"Everyone loved the Nicholson kid last year, but he was only about 5-11, 210 pounds and he ran 4.5 or 4.6 at best. Wesley is bigger, faster and on film plays just as good."
Jack Britt linebacker accepts scholarship offer from Heels
Fayetteville Observer

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