The next month, before North Carolina's first football game, can't go by fast enough for Joe Dailey.
SECOND CHANCE: QB Dailey is hopeful he will start for Tar Heels
The Winston Salem Journal
Stretched out comfortably on a couch in North Carolina's football facility Saturday, redshirt freshman Cameron Sexton bluntly summed up the Tar Heels' quarterback situation.
A dual threat at QB for Heels
The Charlotte Observer
UNC coach John Bunting has said that he'd like to have a clear starter when the Tar Heels open their season Sept. 2 against Rutgers, but he also has said that he's not opposed to playing both quarterbacks.
Sexton vs. Dailey for Heels starter
The Durham Herald Sun
For Joe Dailey and Cam Sexton, some regrets linger about what has come before in their college football careers. But each envisions better times ahead as a North Carolina quarterback.
QBs Dailey, Sexton seek edge
The Greensboro News and Record
North Carolina coach John Bunting is pleased with what he's seen in UNC's first two practices.
Bunting impressed with depth
The Wilmington Star
Two quarterbacks sat on the fourth floor of the Frank H. Kenan Football Center on Saturday afternoon.
The first, redshirt-freshman Cam Sexton, sat on a leather couch, speaking about his recovery from a broken ankle in the spring practice of 2005. Minutes later strolled in Sexton's teammate, Joe Dailey, a junior transfer from Nebraska. Dailey sank into his own cushy sofa while a number of ears fixated on his every word.
Two QBs competing for top Tar Heels spot
The Rocky Mount Telegram