Wednesday's UNC Football Links

Wednesday's links from around the 'net.

"Jason Brown is planning to make an impact on Saturday for the North Carolina Tar Heels. Coach John Bunting would like for Willie McNeill, Jupiter Wilson, Jeb Terry and Skip Seagraves to do the same."
Tar Heels' offensive line says it bears burden of improvement
The Winston Salem Journal

"John Bunting admits it. When the North Carolina defense first ran onto the field Saturday against Miami (Ohio), his mind wandered. It wandered to last year, when Chase Page was a true freshman playing tight end, and then offensive guard."
Inexperienced Tar Heel group will be challenged often
The Charlotte Observer

"Jason Brown is still learning how to play center for North Carolina's football team, but he's already familiar with the concept of accountability."
Reluctant center of attention
The Greensboro News and Record

"As a high school freshman, Jason Brown quit football because he felt like the older players' punching bag at Northern Vance practice."
A long, strange trip for UNC center
The Durham Herald Sun

"This much we know: North Carolina's defense, the subject of so much doubt and disdain before the season, didn't cost the Tar Heels the game Saturday. Turnovers were more responsible for their season-opening, 27-21 loss to Miami (Ohio) at Kenan Stadium."
Lessons for Heels' 'D'
The Raleigh News and Observer

"North Carolina football coach John Bunting issued a challenge to his offensive linemen prior to last Saturday's season opener against Miami (Ohio)."
Tar Heels hope for a block party at Syracuse
The High Point Enterprise

"John Bunting has a defensive background, so he tends to look a little more closely at the guys trying to stop the other team."
UNC notes: Bunting taking special interest in UNC's offensive line
The Durham Herald Sun

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