Wednesday's UNC Football Links

Wednesday's links from around the 'net.

"Recovering from what Coach John Bunting called being taken behind the woodshed and given a whipping at home, North Carolina will search for its first ACC victory this week by taking to the road."
Tar Heels can't wait to take show on the road
The Winston Salem Journal

"When North Carolina's football team left Virginia's Scott Stadium with a surprisingly difficult 17-14 victory in 1981, there were no clues that it wouldn't happen again for 20-plus years ... and counting."
Heels hope this trip breaks long drought
The Greensboro News and Record

"UNC defensive end Issac Mooring returned to practice Tuesday, the same day he had pins removed from his right hand."
UNC football notes: Mooring hopes to bolster defense
The Durham Herald Sun

"Don't confuse Reid with Jeff Gordon. Instead of getting behind the wheel, Reid would get down in a sprinter's start, then run like the dickens. While it can be said that Reid has "wheels,'' he doesn't have four of them. The cars always won, but not without a challenge."
Reid: Granby graduate starring for Tar Heels
The Pilot Online

"The last time North Carolina tight end Bobby Blizzard was at Scott Stadium in Charlottesville, he and some of his high school teammates from Hampton, Va. -- including prep All-America Ronald Curry -- were committing to Virginia."
An emotional meeting
The Raleigh News and Observer

"Halfway through his second season in Charlottesville, Virginia football coach Al Groh can see the results of his ambitious recruiting efforts by glancing at the lineup card."
Early dividends for Cavs
The Raleigh News and Observer

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