Friday's UNC Football Links

Friday's links from around the 'net.

"Nearing Saturday's game at North Carolina, N.C. State (6-0) has played more Division I-AA opponents (two) than teams from leagues that participate in the Bowl Championship Series (one)."
A schedule for success? (more articles linked within)
The Raleigh News and Observer

"N.C. State's dessert-first football menu will end Saturday at North Carolina, and while there's no question the Wolfpack is good -- my feeling is it's a legitimate top-10 team -- it'll take the next seven games to tell how good. That's not to say the defensively weak Tar Heels (2-3, 0-1 ACC) are a better barometer than previous State victims Texas Tech and Wake Forest. UNC may well be worse.''
Tudor: Saturday will tell a lot about Pack
The Raleigh News and Observer

"No one knows better than North Carolina cornerback Michael Waddell, who has been exposed more often than former playmate Pamela Anderson."
UNC cornerback Waddell confident despite struggles
The Charlotte Observer

"There are plenty of reasons to believe this could be a special season for N.C. State's football team."
Dascenzo: Edge goes to the Pack
The Durham Herald Sun

"A.J. Davis isn't the only player in the midst of the N.C. State-North Carolina rivalry to change his mind before signing day and go to the other side."
Notes: A.J. Davis not only one to change mind in recruiting war
The Durham Herald Sun

"Lee was a senior cornerback for the North Carolina Tar Heels, who were clinging to a 30-28 margin with seven seconds to play against archrival N.C. State."
Lee's 'penalty' agitated N.C. State in 1995 game
The Fayetteville Observer

"Bryan Peterson was once a Tar Heel. For a day."
State-UNC: Switching sides
The Greensboro News and Record

"If this were another time and another place, say 120 years ago in Tombstone, Darian Durant might be standing in the middle of a dirt street calling out Philip Rivers' name."
QB Durant is looking forward to challenge
The Winston Salem Journal

"The pressure apparently is on both teams this week as North Carolina and North Carolina State prepare for Saturday afternoon's football game in Chapel Hill."
Pressure dispersed for UNC and State
The Burlington Times News

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