It felt like early fall, but it sounded a lot like summer training camp at North Carolina's football practice Tuesday.
It's back to the basics for Tar Heels
Greensboro News & Record
When Bunting's supporters hope for a turnaround, 2004 is fresh in their memories. Following the Utah loss and an open date that season, North Carolina defeated Miami.
Miami also is the Tar Heels' next opponent, following this week's open date.
Bunting's critics get louder
Unfortunately for the team and its fans, none of these hopes have come to fruition. UNC is 1-3, 0-2 in the ACC, and the Tar Heels have yet to look in any way like a good football team.
The ugly truth is this club has appeared unprepared and weak in most areas of the game.
Tar Heels test faith
Chapel Hill News
Bunting basically has a hole in the middle of his program. He has lost so many players via attrition, for so many different reasons, that he finds himself playing catch-up in terms of personnel on an annual basis.
Bunting's Biggest Problem
David Glenn's ACC Journal
Carolina may one day find a big-name football coach with a record that keeps the bucks rolling in. So be it. That's the reality of college sports today.
But they won't find one who loves Carolina more than John Bunting.
Don't discount Bunting
Raleigh News & Observer