Sunday's UNC Football Links

Sunday's links from around the 'net.

"Trailing North Carolina 17-7 in the third quarter, the 14th-ranked Pack didn't automatically try to use the arm of quarterback Philip Rivers or the fleet feet of its receivers to mount a comeback. The Wolfpack simply ran, ran and ran, blowing the Tar Heels off the line of scrimmage to punch out a 34-17 victory and push its record to 7-0 for the first time since 1967."
Howling storm (four stories linked within)
The Raleigh News and Observer


"Philip Rivers put his budding Heisman Trophy campaign on hold Saturday, handing off the spotlight — and the football — to freshman T.A. McLendon."
Run down by T.A.
The Durham Herald Sun


"UNC coach John Bunting likes quarterback Darian Durant running to throw, calling him one of the better on-the-move quarterbacks he's seen."
Durant runs out of luck
The Durham Herald Sun


"Arm tackles haven't stopped star freshman T.A. McLendon so far in 2002. Neither did a broken right wrist Saturday."
Pack grounds up Heels
The Fayetteville Observer


"Hammering away with its running game, the Wolfpack State charged from 10 points behind in the second half by scoring four consecutive touchdowns to take a 34-17 victory in front of 60,250, the third-largest crowd in Kenan Stadium history."
Pack uses second-half explosion to rip Tar Heels
The Winston Salem Journal


"His white uniform still gleaming after three hours of football, N.C. State quarterback Philip Rivers waved a huge, red flag at the Wolfpack fans who infiltrated Kenan Stadium on Saturday."
It's a banner day for the Wolfpack
The Charlotte Observer


"Not coach John Bunting nor quarterback Darian Durant nor anybody else in North Carolina's locker room could deny the obvious."
Fumble ruins Tar Heels' day
The Greensboro News and Record


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