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"We need to get the football program stabilized at the highest possible level. I really believe that's going to happen with Coach [John] Bunting."
Baddour: NCAA title icing
Raleigh News & Observer

Matt Baker wanted to take all the blame. John Bunting didn't want to give it to him.
Tar Heels looking for offensive consistency
Durham Herald-Sun

"If that's my last game, I can live with that," Justice said in a telephone interview Monday night. "We always say in the locker room to leave everything on the field because you never know when it might be your last snap."
No Justice: career may be over
Daytona Beach News-Journal

The scoreboard clock at Kenan Stadium said there was 10:51 left in the third quarter Saturday when Hope Mills' Kyndraus Guy scored a career first. With the speed of a torpedo, the sophomore defensive tackle for North Carolina shot through Wisconsin's offensive line and into the backfield where he planted Badgers quarterback John Stocco into the turf.
Guy, Tyler and Tillman shining at college level
Fayetteville Observer

Shove this rivalry into late November. Make all those Wolfpack Clubbers and Rams Clubbers wait for the most anticipated rivalry of their lifetimes.
UNC-NCSU should save the best for last
Durham Herald-Sun

There is nothing like a game against a detested rival to kick-start a college football season.
N.C. State vs. UNC: Lot riding on rivalry
Charlotte Observer

Rivalries are interesting regardless of time of day and scope of broadcast coverage. But they need good, clean, quality games to be great. With a couple dozen flags and countless stoppages in play, Saturday's game could be just another ugly afternoon for State and Carolina.
Pack-Heels: This may take a while
Rocky Mount Telegram

N.C. State defensive end Manny Lawson likes to talk. On Saturday, he'll be playing against an opponent -- UNC -- that will give him plenty of opportunities to talk and plenty of players with whom he can strike up a conversation.
Lawson expects some friendly banter
Greensboro News & Record

What he didn't want to discuss was his Wolfpack's perhaps-controversial and certainly painful 30-24 loss to archrival North Carolina last season in Kenan Stadium. "Because it's over," he said. "It's gone."
Last year's loss behind the Pack
Durham Herald-Sun

It seems that Ronald Curry's Achilles' heel is his Achilles' tendon. Curry, who spent eight months rehabbing a surgically repaired, torn left Achilles' tendon, has torn it again and is lost for the season, an Oakland Raiders official confirmed Monday afternoon.
Curry tears tendon, gone for the season
Bay Area

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