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Five years ago -- with his team winless and the fan base growing antsy -- North Carolina coach John Bunting made a change in the quarterback rotation that helped result in a bowl bid. Now, he's hoping a similar decision under similar circumstances will yield a similar result.
Sexton gets his shot
Raleigh News & Observer

North Carolina, which shares the Division I-A lead with six passes intercepted, is changing quarterbacks.
Dailey's sacked; Sexton will start
Charlotte Observer

From the department of deceiving college football statistics: North Carolina has outgained its first two opponents 671 yards to 586 and holds a 41-31 edge in first downs. Big deal, the Tar Heels say. They've scored only 26 points and are 0-2.
UNC Notebook: Heels' blockers create few holes
Greensboro News & Record

With the uncertainty at quarterback, it's a question whether Bunting is learning new ways to win or repeating old patterns of uneven play. Bunting said expectations are higher for this season and he's looking for ways to meet them.
Time for Heels, Pack to win is now
Raleigh News & Observer

Unfortunately for Carolina and its fans, this has become a regular scenario since Mack Brown left for Texas. In the nine years since Brown's departure, UNC has started 0-3, 1-8, 3-5, 0-3, 1-3, 0-5, 2-3, 0-2 and now 0-2.
Disappointed, but not discouraged
Chapel Hill News


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