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North Carolina coach John Bunting said quarterbacks Cam Sexton and Joe Dailey are "neck-and-neck" for the starting job entering fall practice, noting that he hasn't ruled out using a two-quarterback system this season. "It worked before. We won five straight games with it in '01 ... it was wonderful,'' Bunting said Monday at the ACC Football Kickoff.
Bunting likes QB carousel
The News and Observer

"They will both work with the first unit at times," Bunting said. "We're going to be equal-opportunity employers throughout this training camp, and I feel really good about both of them. It wouldn't be a surprise to anybody if they both got playing time early in the season."
Carolina QBs in dead heat
The Greensboro News and Record

Tar Heels coach John Bunting was not impressed when informed that his team fell one vote shy of leapfrogging over Virginia for a projected fourth-place finish in the Atlantic Coast Conference's Coastal Division.
Little respect for Big Four
The News and Observer

Upon first seeing the preseason poll a year ago at the ACC Football Kickoff, North Carolina coach John Bunting playfully ripped up a copy and Duke coach Ted Roof balled up another. They should have saved a copy.
ACC poll seems same
The Durham Herald-Sun

Ronnie McGill doesn't need added motivation from the media. North Carolina's senior tailback doesn't believe being picked to finish low in the ACC standings provides the Tar Heels something to rally around.
McGill says Tar Heels don't need motivation
The Wilmington Star-News

There is something special about playing an unbeaten team that is ranked No. 1 in November and on its home field. The Heels, a disappointing 5-6 last season, will have only everything to gain and little, but the game, to lose.
Don't be surprised if Heels top Irish
The Durham Herald Sun

Oakland's Ronald Curry, the former North Carolina star who is trying to come back from an Achilles tendon injury, was placed on the physically unable to perform list Monday. Coach Art Shell said Curry will miss the team's first training camp practice in pads today in Napa, Calif.
Curry will miss Raiders' first practice
The Associated Press

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