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"If you're not disciplined, you're going to get eaten alive," UNC defensive coordinator Marvin Sanders said. "That offense relies on you making mistakes. And when you do, it can cost you big."
Heels to run patient defense
Raleigh News & Observer

The veteran tailback, sidelined all season with a torn chest muscle, said Thursday that he hopes to suit up for next week's game at Louisville, but he hasn't gotten clearance from the medical staff.
UNC's McGill wants to play Louisville
Raleigh News & Observer

Casual football fans might not even know the name of Utah's football coach now that Urban Meyer has left for Florida. Kyle Whittingham (that's his name) doesn't try to compare the Utah teams from this season and 2004.
New coach says this Utah team is `a good one'
Charlotte Observer

Tate reported for training camp thinking he was heading for a redshirt season because of UNC's depth at wide receiver. What he didn't know was how much Coach John Bunting already thought of him.
UNC's Tate an electrifying kick returner
Durham Herald-Sun

If UNC can build on the improving abilities of its front seven, the team should be able to contain Johnson's attempts to catalyze the Utes' scoring attack. Otherwise, the efficient play of the Utah quarterback again will doom the Tar Heels.
Shutting down QB is key for UNC
Daily Tar Heel

After last season's game in Salt Lake City, Whittingham noted, the Tar Heels bounced back to defeat Miami and wound up making a bowl appearance. Thus far, in 2005, they've established themselves as a strong defensive team — racking up 10 sacks in their last two games. "They're very active and very quick — tough up-field guys," Whittingham said. "It's a good front. It's probably the best defensive front we'll see all season long."
Tar Heels look to avoid letdown
Deseret Morning News

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