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And the redshirt freshman says the competition has been every bit as fierce as advertised. "There is no room for error and there is no room for making mistakes twice," said Sexton.
Shouldering the load
Fayetteville Observer

Kyndraus Guy is quick to answer when asked what he can bring to North Carolina's defensive front this season.
South View grad right Guy for job
Fayetteville Observer

Sixth-year senior Brian Chacos returns at left tackle and will have junior Charlston Gray alongside him at guard. But with an inexperienced quarterback — maybe two — the rest of the Tar Heels linemen will have to jell quickly to get the season off on the right foot.
Extra Points
Fayetteville Observer

"This is an incredibly focused group of guys who got a little taste of what things can be like. They liked that little taste and want to get a bigger taste. And they've worked harder than any team I've been around in a long time."
Relaxed, relieved for UNC opener
Trenton Times

The three Rutgers football players involved in a car accident early Sunday night all escaped serious injury, with two -- starting wide receiver Willie Foster and starting DE Jamaal Westerman -- able to practice yesterday without restrictions.
Players avoid major injury in crash
Newark Star-Ledger

The questions started the moment Ryan Hart threw his final college pass in Arizona last December, leaving Mike Teel as the only experienced quarterback on Rutgers' roster.
Teel eager to pass his first test for Rutgers
Newark Star-Ledger

A year after drawing acclaim for hurdling over would-be tacklers during nationally televised games, Brian Leonard is dodging the Heisman Trophy hype coming his way
Leonard stays humble as RU pushes Heisman bid

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