With North Carolina's first intrasquad scrimmage set for today, coach Butch Davis might be getting close to naming a starting quarterback.
Davis nearer to naming quarterback
The Charlotte Observer
Davis has since hedged a bit on the timeline, but his intentions are still clear. The plan was to quickly pull a starter from the trio of redshirt freshman T.J. Yates, third-year sophomore Cameron Sexton and true freshman Mike Paulus, "so that they can start getting the lion's share of the prep, not only for week one but certainly for the first part of the season."
It's a quarterback conundrum
The Greensboro News and Record
Ken Browning doesn't like to move much. He's owned the same house for 20 years, resided in North Carolina for six decades, and strayed out of his home state only once (for a two-season stint in Virginia). Even the fact that he's switched offices four times during his tenure with the Tar Heels is a testament to how much the North Carolina assistant coach likes staying in one place.
Browning is Heels' mainstay coach
The News and Observer
North Carolina's football practice fields held all the comfort of a blast furnace this week but Trimane Goddard couldn't have felt more comfortable or been more at ease.
UNC's Goddard glad to be back
The Winston-Salem Journal
Butch Davis is known for his football knowledge, but he was in the mood Friday to talk about agriculture. North Carolina's football coach shared with his team how the Chinese grow bamboo.
Planting the seeds of success?
The Durham Herald-Sun