Friday's UNC Football Links

Friday's links from around the 'net.

"UNC was forced to rework its defense after last season, with personnel and coaching losses. Coordinator Jon Tenuta went to Georgia Tech, and six players besides Peppers made at least the training-camp roster of NFL teams."
UNC-Syracuse a battle of no-name defenses
The Durham Herald Sun

"John Bunting has made it quite clear. He has walked into the small, dark meeting room where his offensive linemen watch film, and he has told them: There is no group more important to the North Carolina football team than they are."
Bunting puts it on the line
The Raleigh News and Observer

"Somewhat overshadowed by North Carolina's nine turnovers in its 27-21 season-opening loss to Miami (Ohio) was the lack of production from the Tar Heels' running game."
Tar Heels look for more effective running game against Syracuse
The Greensboro News and Record

"Turf wars are nothing North Carolina football coach John Bunting favors. But he thinks his team might be geared toward good outings on artificial turf."
Bunting doesn't like fake turf, but Heels have played well on it
The Gaston Gazette

"The more I think about North Carolina's visit to Syracuse for Saturday's football game, the more nauseated I get."
Dascenzo: Oh so much orange
The Durham Herald Sun

"Seems Carolina football cannot escape a quarterback quandary, either because of injury or inconsistency. Over the last 15 years, Carolina has had only four seasons with an established quarterback who managed to stay healthy and productive enough to keep his job throughout the regular season."
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