Thumb down for Durant
The Raleigh News and Observer
"John Bunting was in a Sunday afternoon staff meeting at 2:15 when he got the news, and it wasn't good. X-rays showed Darian Durant had fractured his right thumb in the third quarter at Virginia. His season is over. Florida transfer C.J. Stephens, who had appeared briefly in four games, will take over as the starting quarterback.''
Woody: Bunting Thinks Stephens Will Be Fine
"Virginia scored 37 second-half points — the most allowed by the Tar Heels in a half in school history— to win 37-27 in Charlottesville."
UNC Monday Morning QB
The Durham Herald Sun
"Ronald Curry never won a game at Scott Stadium during his college football career and neither will his fellow one-time Virginia recruit, Bobby Blizzard."
Curry on winning side, Blizzard on losing end
The Roanoke Times
"North Carolina received a surprise commitment Friday when wide receiver Adadrius Bowman of Notre Dame High in Chattanooga, Tenn., orally committed to the Tar Heels."
Tenn. receiver chooses Heels
The Charlotte Observer