Wednesday's UNC Football Links

Wednesday's links from around the 'net.

"Jacque Lewis, all 5 feet 10 of him, saw North Carolina quarterback Darian Durant on the move. Lewis knew Durant could score. He just needed one more block."
Little big man for Tar Heels
The Raleigh News and Observer

"Chase Page knows how difficult it can be to bring down North Carolina teammate Jacque Lewis. Page has almost 90 pounds and 7 inches on the Tar Heels running back — and still couldn't keep Lewis from dragging him 10 yards during a play last week in practice.''
Despite size, UNC's Lewis packs powerful punch
The Gaston Gazette

"North Carolina defensive end Issac Mooring broke two bones in his right hand Saturday morning when he fell at his apartment, UNC football coach John Bunting said Tuesday."
Mooring out
The Raleigh News and Observer

"In just two weeks, North Carolina's Chase Page is trying to transform himself from part of the problem to part of the solution."
Heels' defense gets crash course
The Greensboro News and Record

"Chase Page believed his move from the offensive line to defense in the spring would be a piece of cake. The sophomore was fired up about pinning his ears back and attacking the ball."
Tar Heels looking to fill defensive gaps
The Asheville Citizen Times

"When North Carolina coach John Bunting says he can relate to injured Georgia Tech tailback Tony Hollings, he's not kidding."
Hollings injury disturbs Bunting
The Charlotte Observer

"When Bunting suffered a torn anterior cruciate ligament 24 years ago, he feared his career might be over. He played five more professional seasons, and advances in sports medicine since that time make it almost certain Hollings will be ready to go by the start of next season."
Tar Heels prepare for injury riddled Yellow Jackets
The High Point Enterprise

"Georgia Tech coach Chan Gailey doesn't sugarcoat the challenge facing Ajenavi Eziemefe and Michael Sampson, the true freshmen who will replace Tony Hollings, the nation's leading rusher, out for the season with a knee injury."
True freshmen Eziemefe, Sampson take over for Hollings
The Asheville Citizen Times


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