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Carolina Football

But if the offer has been made, Davis has three options -- to say yes, no or maybe. Valid reasons exist for each. Let's go over the talking points.
Davis to UNC? Yes, no, maybe
Raleigh News & Observer

Edwards, who suffered the injury in warmups before the Oct. 14 game with South Florida, returned to practice Monday. He was held out of contact drills and scheduled for another no-contact practice Tuesday.
2 Edwards return to Tar Heels practice
Charlotte Observer

Tommy Thigpen had a plan for Larry Edwards when Edwards returned to football practice Monday night. But North Carolina's linebackers coach never got a chance to implement it.
UNC's Edwards anxious to get back on the field
Durham Herald-Sun

"There was no way I was going to settle for not being able to come back," Edwards said. "I always knew that I was going to do everything I can to try and get back. If I can't continue my career (professionally), at least I can play one more game in this Carolina Blue uniform."
UNC's Edwards might play after all
Winston-Salem Journal

Hakeem Nicks was entering his senior season in high school when North Carolina offered him a scholarship despite not seeing any game film of the receiver.
Nicks repaying Tar Heels for leap of faith

Nicks, one of the few bright spots in an otherwise disastrous season at North Carolina, punctuated his strong rookie year last week against Notre Dame by breaking Octavus Barnes' freshman record for receiving yards (171) in a game.
Freshman factor
Burlington Times News

A student of the game - he was deep into Frank Cignetti's new playbook at breakfast on the first day of spring practice - Dailey hopes to become a college coach some day.
QB Dailey still loves the game, despite setbacks
Daily Tar Heel

The Yellow Jackets veterans remember well their last trip to Kenan Stadium. More specifically, they recall the 34-13 whipping that ruined a 2-0 start to the 2004 season and erased the momentum gained the previous week in a comeback victory at Clemson.
No chance Yellow Jackets will overlook Heels
Macon Telegraph

Carolina Basketball

North Carolina sophomore forward Tyler Hansbrough, the ACC's preseason player of the year, is the top vote-getter among the players on The Associated Press preseason All-America team.
Heels star leads AP's A-A team

Terry, who averaged 14.3 points per game last season, is ready to not only turn his positive energy toward another class of freshmen, but to steer his game toward the NBA.
Title drive starts with Terry
Rocky Mount Telegram

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