For the second straight spring, North Carolina quarterback Joe Dailey finds himself competing for a starting position -- this time at wide receiver.
Change in the air for Heels
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"This has been a blast. I don't think I've had this much fun in a long time," Davis said between sips of coffee steaming in a mug beside him.
Davis works in fast lane at UNC
"I thought with our very first practice with a brand new team, it was about as efficient as possible," Davis said Monday after leading the Tar Heels through their first official spring workout. "We had a 2-hour, 15-minute practice scheduled, and we completed it in an hour and 58 minutes. So that speaks to the efficiency of it, and I think that speaks to the tempo."
Start of Butch Davis era brings winds of change to UNC football
Logan Buchanan's football career at North Carolina is over.
Buchanan, a redshirt freshman, will not play again because of a shoulder injury, Coach Butch Davis said yesterday on the first day of UNC's spring practice.
Buchanan's football career finished because of injury
It turns out Michigan State did take care of him. If it happens again -- if Wright has another nasty game at just the wrong time -- I don't think the Tar Heels will survive in this tournament. He is too essential.
Wright can't go wrong if UNC wants run in NCAAs
And now, at the season's most crucial juncture, the occasional benchings and beratings are paying off. Terry is showing leadership, not just by stepping up his productivity late in the last three games - Carolina's biggest wins of the season - but in manners more expected from a fourth-year player.
Terry now delivering for Heels