Gameday UNC Football Links

Saturday's links from around the 'net.

"North Carolina quarterback Darian Durant is on pace to set a slew of single-season school records. He leads the ACC in passing yards per game and total offense. His numbers, it would seem, are excellent."
Pressure is on Durant
The Raleigh News and Observer

"John Bunting is in his second season as the head coach at North Carolina, and today he would like to see his team end one embarassing streak and keep two other ones alive at Virginia."
Streaks on the line when Cavs meet Tar Heels
The Asheville Citizen Times

"As their coaches would freely admit, neither the Virginia nor North Carolina football teams have operated with a large margin of error this season. Both are a bit undermanned on the lines. Each has a young roster. Neither is stocked with talent - at least not yet."
Make no mistake, rivalry resumes today

"Bobby Blizzard, Kevin Knight and six other North Carolina football players will have a homecoming of their own today, when the Tar Heels play Virginia in Charlottesville."
Blizzard expects frigid reception in Virginia
The Winston Salem Journal

"North Carolina football coach John Bunting was on a recruiting trip last spring when he found himself near Charlottesville as bedtime neared."
Heels face familiar roadblock
The Roanoke Times

"It's a phrase that has been uttered countless times around Charlottesville, Va., and Chapel Hill this season. We're young, they say, so bear with all the growing pains."
Cavs don't need to use youth as excuse
The Gaston Gazette

"Wali Lundy thought long and hard about the question he'd been asked so often since coming to the University of Virginia."
College transition no biggie for versatile U.Va. back
The Virginian-Pilot

"After years of watching top high-school football players in the state flee west to Tennessee, North Carolina fired back yesterday."
Tar Heels land a coveted receiver
The Winston Salem Journal

" The North Carolina Tar Heels made a second significant addition to its future wide receiver corps Friday when Adarius Bowman of Chattanooga, Tenn., made an oral commitment to the school."
UNC receives commitment from top Tennessee receiver
The Fayetteville Observer

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