With so much pushing, shoving and "late stuff" going on during North Carolina's victory over Duke on Saturday, coach John Bunting said he plans to send in "every single instance of what I saw take place on the field to the supervisor of the ACC's officials, Tommy Hunt, asking for his opinion on a number of things."
Bunting officially not happy
Raleigh News & Observer
He said he doesn't have much videotape of the events that led to North Carolina defensive end Kentwan Balmer's ejection for elbowing a Duke player in the head.
"I think what he did was extremely selfish and stupid," Bunting said.
North Carolina spokesman Kevin Best said Balmer is eligible to play Saturday at Virginia Tech.
Bunting sending tapes to ACC
"We already played one playoff game. We won it," Bunting said of the team's current mindset. "Now we're going to go play in another playoff game that we have to win if we want the opportunity to play in a bowl game."
Playoffs are now for bowl-hopeful UNC
Greensboro News & Record
Tommy Richardson, a UNC linebacker, said Saturday that "a lot of extracurricular stuff" went on in the game and that Duke's players did something on every play to antagonize UNC's players
UNC preparing to visit Virginia Tech