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North Carolina senior linebacker Doug Justice likely ended his season when he broke the fifth metatarsal in his right foot in a 14-5 loss Saturday to Wisconsin, the Tar Heels announced Sunday.
Tar Heels lose Justice
Raleigh News & Observer

Bunting said he would explore the possibility of pursuing a sixth year of eligibility for Justice -- as he successfully did for offensive tackle Skip Seagraves before this season -- but the NCAA rarely grants those requests.
Justice is a victim of Tar Heels' loss
Durham Herald-Sun

Quarterback Matt Baker said he would take the blame for many of North Carolina's offensive inconsistencies Saturday night. Coach John Bunting said he would take the heat for a delay-of-game penalty that cost the Tar Heels a first-half field goal.
Multiple Tar Heels take blame for loss to Wisconsin
New Bern Sun Journal

Baker and everyone else that watched the game knew where to start: little yellow hankies that generously flew from officials' pockets.
Tar Heels drown in sea of yellow
Wilmington Star-News

If there was any question as to whether Baker was tough, that issue was put to bed Saturday. And his toughness might have served to inspire the defense's sound night.
Baker has guts for game
Daily Tar Heel

After 64 games as N.C. State's head football coach, Chuck Amato has reached the one he can't afford to lose. It will be against North Carolina on Saturday at Carter-Finley Stadium.
Amato has plenty to lose against UNC
Raleigh News & Observer

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