Sunday's UNC Football Links

Sunday's links from around the 'net.

"They were starting to believe, those 60,500 folks who had waited for this night -- Yes, Mack was back -- for five years. North Carolina had scored to cut Texas' lead to 24-14. Two passes and 52 seconds."
Horns hook Heels (related commentary links included)
The Raleigh News and Observer

"They emerged from the Texas locker room an hour before kickoff, all of the Longhorns' running backs, all chanting, "I-I-I-I'm on fire!""
Benson, Longhorns too much for UNC
The Charlotte Observer

"To ensure he wasn't tarred and heeled on his return to North Carolina Saturday night, Mack Brown brought some incredibly good players with him."
Brown, Longhorns won this game in February
The Charlotte Observer

"Seemingly, the rout commenced from the moment third-string tailback Brett Robin took a harmless screen pass and kept on running."
Big Mack attack
The Durham Herald Sun

"There's no sense making excuses for North Carolina. Plain and simple, the Tar Heels aren't good enough to beat Texas and it showed Saturday night."
Dascenzo: No doubt, Longhorns just too good
The Durham Herald Sun

"The eyes of Texas fell upon Kenan Stadium last night for the first time in 50 years, but it was the left arm of quarterback Chris Simms that sent North Carolina down to defeat."
Brown returns to lead Longhorns past Heels
The Winston Salem Journal

"The Longhorns, when it counted most, leaned heavily on the chemistry between quarterback Chris Simms and receiver Roy Williams along with the running ability of Cedric Benson for a drive that broke North Carolina's spirit. And UT turned what was a tense affair into a 52-21 runaway."
Horns handle Heels
The Austin American Statesman

"Carolina could have made it considerably closer than 52-21. Twice, though, quarterback Darian Durant led his receivers too much and Texas' Dakarai Pearson made him pay with two big interceptions in the end zone."
Texas defense makes Tar Heels pay for mistakes
The Austin American Statesman

"The Roy Williams whom North Carolina fans have pined for is a basketball coach, the one employed at Kansas. The one on display Saturday night is one of the top wide receivers in the country."
Williams, Texas tar N. Carolina
The Houston Chronicle

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