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Cooter Arnold has been reinstated at North Carolina and returned to practice yesterday. Arnold, a junior safety from Mocksville, was suspended by Coach Butch Davis before the Sept. 1 season opener for breaking team rules. "Today was his first day back and it's good to have him back on the team," Davis said.
Arnold is told he can return to Tar Heels
The Winston Salem Journal

This was the biggest moment of Connor Barth's football career. A crisp snap, a perfect hold and 42 pressure-packed yards of leg were all the 18-year-old true freshman needed to topple the No. 4 team in the country.
It all changed with one kick for UNC's Barth
The Fayetteville Observer

Anthony Elzy got off to a nice start in training camp and seemed poised to become the North Carolina football team's starting tailback.
Elzy makes most of chance in UNC backfield
The Durham Herald-Sun

The easiest way to the end zone for Miami's opponents this season has been through the air. After five games, the Hurricanes already have allowed more passing touchdowns that they did all of last season in 13 games.
Lagging pass defense a concern for Miami
The Palm Beach Post

Shannon said Tuesday that Farquharson will start again Saturday at North Carolina should he continue to perform well in practice. He replaced Sam Shields, who, along with Ryan Hill, was benched Saturday for poor practice habits.
Receiver is catching on at UM
The Miami Herald

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