Wednesday's UNC Football Links

Wednesday's UNC Football links from around the 'net.

"Arguably, the most difficult player to replace among the 15 senior regulars on North Carolina's 2001 football team is not NFL-bound Julius Peppers, Ryan Sims or Ronald Curry."
Two Heels hoping to get a leg up
The Greensboro (NC) News and Record


"John Bunting didn't like the pace of UNC's football practice Monday, and he let his players know it. Tuesday, they appeared to have gotten the message a little too loudly and a little too clearly."
Message received: Tar Heels more/too physical for Bunting
The Durham (NC) Herald Sun


"Donnalley, who played at Raleigh's Athens Drive High School and at North Carolina, is a valued veteran, but he has worried how much longer he can hang on with a new coach bringing a youth movement to the Panthers."
Happy in uphill battle: Panthers guard Donnalley enjoying tail end of NFL career
The Raleigh (NC) News and Observer


"When the Chiefs successfully traded up to select UNC standout Ryan Sims with the sixth overall pick in last April's draft, Dick Vermeil was ecstatic."
Chiefs may go without Sims
The Raleigh (NC) News and Observer

"The Raiders' waiving Hoying cements Marques Tuiasosopo's standing as Gannon's main backup and helps the chances of veteran Rick Mirer and rookie Ronald Curry of making their 53-man roster."
Raiders release Hoying
The Contra Costa Times

"Although Nance is one of the least experienced of Miami University's flock of talented wide receivers, the red-shirt freshman from Maryland Heights, Md., is gaining a reputation as a good-sized receiver (6-foot-4, 203 pounds) who has the ability to make cuts without slowing down."
Speedy wide receiver Nance has chance to shine for RedHawks
The Dayton (OH) Daily News


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