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Larry Edwards, North Carolina's leading tackler, will be lost likely for the rest of the season after suffering a fractured left collarbone Saturday in an apparent freak accident before the Tar Heels' loss to South Florida.
Injury sidelines UNC's top tackler
The Winston Salem Journal

Thought it couldn't get any worse for North Carolina's 1-5 football team? Try this on for size: Linebacker Larry Edwards, probably the Tar Heels' most indispensable defensive starter, is likely out for the season after suffering a broken left collarbone Saturday. The injury occurred in warm-ups, before the Heels' 37-20 loss to visiting South Florida.
Tar Heels' top tackler likely out for season
The Greensboro News and Record

In his absence, the Tar Heels will turn to junior Martel Thatch and sophomore Garrett White in their base package. Thatch passed White on the depth chart in recent weeks to be Edwards' backup, but the duo will compete in UNC's practice sessions for the starting job against the Cavaliers. Neither player has started a college game.
LB Edwards likely out for year with broken collarbone
The Durham Herald Sun

Edwards, a senior and the team's top tackler, likely will miss the rest of the season with a cracked left collarbone, the university announced on Sunday.
Season likely over for Heels' Edwards
The News and Observer

Another sign of the frustration level growing for 1-5 North Carolina: Ten penalties for 87 yards during its 37-20 loss to South Florida on Saturday.
UNC Postgame Clipboard
The News and Observer

Virginia (2-5, 1-2 ACC) plays its second Thursday game in a month when it entertains North Carolina (1-5, 0-4) in a matchup that will be televised by ESPN at 7:45 p.m. North Carolina hasn't won at Scott Stadium since 1981, but Maryland hadn't won there since 1991 and that didn't prevent the Terrapins from overcoming a 20-0 halftime deficit.
Cavs pick themselves up, look to Thursday
The Roanoke Times

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