Friday's UNC Football Links

Friday's links from around the 'net.

"Kim Reid had a simple strategy for raising her son, Dexter: Run him ragged."
Safety first
The Raleigh News and Observer

"One of the toughest football players at North Carolina, in the opinion of his teammates, stands all of 5-9, weighs 180 pounds, and has a French name and pierced ears."
Lewis shows toughness despite lack of size
The Winston Salem Journal

"Darian Durant will be the first to tell you he doesn't look like a quarterback is supposed to."
Durant energizes Heels' offense
The Macon Telegraph

"The Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets, with two of their top players out for the season, can throw their hands in the air or play ball. Coach Chan Gailey says there's only one way to go."
Yellow Jackets hope to overcome injury bug
The Asheville Citizen Times

"The underlying question was always there for Nate Curry to see, and he took it head-on, the way he takes on a defensive back."
Curry's return will bolster receiving corps
The Atlanta Journal Constitution

"The average rhinoceros weighs 3,000 pounds. Georgia Tech's career leader in punt returns is 17 times lighter, but this guy is no average Rhino."
Rhino living up to his name
The Durham Herald Sun

"Without national rushing leader Tony Hollings to shoulder the load, Georgia Tech quarterback A.J. Suggs and his receivers know they have to play better Saturday at North Carolina."
Passing game on the hot seat against UNC
The Atlanta Journal Constitution

"Jefferson Pilot Sports, which first began televising the ACC Game of the Week in 1984, won't kick off its eight-game schedule until Oct. 5 with Virginia at Duke."
Smaller JP Sports TV slate gets underway Oct. 5
The Fayetteville Observer


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