Friday's UNC Football Links

Friday's links from around the 'net.

"Though still just a sophomore at North Carolina, Skip Seagraves has been exposed to football long enough to learn the offensive lineman's credo: When one toils in anonymity, there's little room for modesty."
Seagraves sets his sights high
The Greensboro (NC) News and Record


"John Bunting isn't declaring a leader in UNC's quarterback competition — not until the week of the season opener, at the earliest."
UNC QB still undecided
The Durham (NC) Herald Sun


"One of the biggest losses from the 2001 Tar Heels never scored a touchdown. He never made a tackle, never intercepted a pass or recovered a fumble.."
Lucas: Tough Battle For Kicking Job
TarHeelBlue.com


"It was conceivable that Curry might have returned a punt Thursday, then played quarterback on a drive that culminated with him punting or holding for kicker Sebastian Janikowski on an extra-point or field goal attempt. He might, then, have returned a kickoff."
Curry in a hurry
The Raleigh (NC) News and Observer

"University of North Carolina defensive end Julius Peppers was their guy, and nothing short of a blockbuster, one-sided trade was going to dissuade them."
Carolina has high hopes for Peppers
The Ashevlle (NC) Citizen Times

"Words of warning here: Whatever you do with the rest of your preseason football minutes, do not judge Julius Peppers on the Panthers loss to the Redskins last Saturday night."
Dascenzo: Don't judge Peppers too quickly
The Durham (NC) Herald Sun


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