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Bobby Frasor's sore right foot is not improving and he could remain sidelined at North Carolina for the foreseeable future.
Frasor's recovery has hit a setback, Williams says
The Winston Salem Journal

Just four weeks shy of his 24th birthday, Wes Miller has enough experience and wisdom to understand his value to No. 2 North Carolina.
Big Four teams look for leadership
The Fayetteville Observer

Quentin Thomas has resumed some basketball activities, but Bobby Frasor hasn't been as fortunate. So it goes for a pair of North Carolina point guards who are battling foot injuries. Neither player will be available for the Tar Heels today when Rutgers (6-5) visits No. 2 UNC (10-1) for a men's basketball game (7 p.m., ESPN2) at the Smith Center.
Tar Heels still on the mend
The Durham Herald Sun

North Carolina guard Bobby Frasor is not expected to play tonight against Rutgers (7, ESPN2). That will be the fifth consecutive game the sophomore has missed as he tries to recover from a lingering foot injury.
Foot injury continues to plague UNC guard
The Greensboro News-Record

Ty Lawson might see his minutes drop if Bobby Frasor returns to North Carolina's lineup. But the highly touted freshman point guard figures to play an important role in the Tar Heels' offense because he provides something unique.
Lane is Lawson's territory
The New Bern Sun-Journal

Bobby Frasor's injured right foot will keep him sidelined for a fifth straight game.
Rutgers at North Carolina
The News and Observer

Drew's 17-point outing in his first visit to the Tar Heel state certainly made a strong first impression on a captive Reynolds Coliseum crowd, including North Carolina coach Roy Williams.
Taft's Drew shows his shooting touch
The News and Observer

Flannery contacted members of the North Carolina coaching staff, and they allowed the Eagles the use of the facility. Former Eagle Jawad Williams played for the Tar Heels. UNC assistant Steve Robinson was courtside for St. Edward's opener on Wednesday. It was likely he was scouting St. Edward standout Delvon Roe.
St. Edward makes special stop
The Myrtle Beach Sun

North Carolina's Rashanda McCants used to face Western Carolina's Lauren Powell every day in practice when the two were high school teammates in Asheville. Back then, Powell wouldn't worry if she gave McCants a little bit of space to shoot the ball.
McCants is finding her shots
The Durham Herald Sun


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