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Carolina Football

Every day, John Bunting is asked about his quarterbacks. Every day, John Bunting gives the same answer -- at least until Thursday.
Heels' QBs struggle
Raleigh News & Observer

In the team's first scrimmage Saturday, Dailey and Sexton earned praise from their coaches by executing coordinator Frank Cignetti's offense without committing a turnover. That wasn't the case Thursday. Both made potentially game-changing mistakes, with Sexton saying that he threw an interception and fumbled a snap.
Offense still sputtering in Tar Heels' scrimmage
Durham Herald-Sun

"He's got to be the quarterback of the secondary -- as a matter of fact, of the defense," said Marvin Sanders, UNC's defensive coordinator. "That's something I've talked to him about, that he's got to be more of a communicator and make sure we're all on the same page. He's taken a personal interest to make sure that gets done."
UNC finds a quarterback -- at least in secondary
Greensboro News & Record

Dailey and Sexton both failed to take advantage of an opportunity to move ahead in the race for the starting position that might not be resolved because Bunting has suggested he might use a two-quarterback rotation.
UNC quarterbacks a flop in scrimmage
Charlotte Observer

For a guy who moves so fast -- a 4.5-second 40 -- Little has opted to take the recruiting process slow, patient and pensive. He's researched schools on the Internet, studied the coaches' words and manners and carefully compiled the factors that will go into his decision.
Little a big stop on recruiting trail
Durham Herald-Sun

Carolina Basketball

An intriguing ACC basketball season beckons, with Sidney Lowe returning to N.C. State, Tyler Hansbrough back at North Carolina and 12 teams set for a season-long struggle that will lead, for the first time, to Florida.
New ACC schedules: the highs and Lowe
Raleigh News & Observer

The Blue Devils and Tar Heels will have every game televised outside of a single in-state matchup, with Duke's game on Nov. 16 against UNC Greensboro and UNC's game on Dec. 9 against High Point missing the cut.
Plenty of chances to see ACC this season
Durham Herald-Sun

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