Wednesday's UNC Football Links

Wednesday's news from around the 'net.

"North Carolina's football team hasn't been handed an ultimatum by Coach John Bunting. But the Tar Heels have been firmly told that only two choices are left for the final month of the season."
Bunting challenges Heels to stay tough
The Winston Salem Journal

"When North Carolina defensive tackle Chase Page fell to the Groves Stadium turf Saturday during a 31-0 loss at Wake Forest, Tar Heels coach John Bunting motioned to an official, indicating that he thought Page had been illegally blocked.''
Bunting decries chop block
The Raleigh News and Observer

"Carey's emergence as a decent tailback has been one of the few positive developments to come out of UNC's slew of injuries and losses. The true freshman has played in only two games but has gained 114 yards on 26 carries for a 4.4-yard average -- by far the best on the team."
Carey happy on offense, but ...
The Raleigh News and Observer

"No Chip Award following recent games is a signal to North Carolina coach John Bunting that corrective action must be taken with his football team."
Tar Heels look for swagger
The Burlington Times News

"Now that the post-operative fog has worn off and he has come to grips with being out for the season, North Carolina sophomore Darian Durant is trying to find a new way to learn about playing quarterback."
Durant now learning from watching
The Durham Herald Sun

"The lights are on late these days at the North Carolina football offices. The televisions and VCRs, too."
UNC's future could be in junior college prospects
The Charlotte Observer

"After a rough few weeks, John Bunting was looking for a pick-me-up, any bit of good news to keep his spirits high."
Heels winless at home
The Asheville Citizen Times


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