Monday's UNC Football Links

Monday's links from around the 'net.

"The Tar Heels returned from a 38-35 non-league victory Saturday night at Arizona State, a trip that Bunting said he hopes can propel the Tar Heels to greater heights."
Tar Heels rely on offense to guide team
The Burlington Times News

" By the time Chesley Borders strode down the right sideline Saturday night at Sun Devil Stadium, so much had happened. To Borders. To North Carolina's football team. To opposing Arizona State.''
UNC buoyant after win
The Raleigh News and Observer

" Darian Durant passed for 417 yards and a record-tying five touchdowns - four to Chesley Borders - and led the Tar Heels (2-3) from behind twice in the fourth quarter by running for first downs in a desperation-tinged effort."
North Carolina optimistic after Arizona State win
The Asheville Citizen Times

"By game's end, the Tar Heels had allowed Arizona State to score five touchdowns, attempt four field goals and produce 657 yards of offense, the most allowed by a North Carolina defense in 114 years of college football."
Tar Heels defense limps from desert
The Charlotte Observer

"That first part of news, which many folks on the East Coast might have missed, was North Carolina winning at Arizona State with a record-setting offensive performance. The other good news for Bunting: The Tar Heels seem to have escaped relatively injury-free as they prepare for N.C. State's visit to Kenan Stadium on Saturday."
UNC Monday Morning QB
The Durham Herald Sun

"Arizona State coach Dirk Koetter points to five scoreless visits to the red zone when explaining the reason for Saturday night's 38-35 loss to visiting North Carolina."
Red-zone woes derail hot offense
The Arizona Republic

"It wasn't until a few years after Chuck Amato and John Bunting played at N.C. State and North Carolina that the intensity of the football rivalry between the two schools reached full boil. "
Once upon a time, there wasn't a rivalry
The Greensboro News and Record

"You might remember how North Carolina offensive lineman Jeb Terry said the schools didn't really have a rivalry because the Tar Heels had won "nine (sic) of the last 10 games."
Red vs. Blue rivalry heats up
The Greensboro News and Record

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