Sunday's UNC Football Links

Sunday's links from around the 'net.

"As Maryland's Steve Suter stood in the end zone in the second quarter Saturday at Kenan Stadium, he looked back upfield at the huddling officials. He had just returned a punt 77 yards, but the three yellow penalty flags on the field seemed sure to bring the score back."
Bluer than blue
The Raleigh News and Observer

"In the 59-7 loss to Maryland, the problems stood out again Saturday, when the Tar Heels allowed a punt to be returned for a score and could generate nothing themselves."
Heels look anything but special
The Raleigh News and Observer

"The kick is vintage Lafferty, not very long and not very high. Suter fields it as UNC safety Dexter Reid hovers. One flag already is down and another is thrown. Suter plays on, makes Reid and others miss, darts down the Maryland sideline, giving the surging Terrapins a 24-7 lead."
UNC's home groan woes
The Durham Herald Sun

"Coach Ralph Friedgen didn't expect Maryland to win by a 59- 7 margin. Terrapin sophomore Steve Suter didn't expect to match a NCAA mark for punt returns in a season."
ACC roundup: Terrapins crush Tar Heels by 52 points
The Asheville Citizen Times

"The last time North Carolina reached a nadir like this, the Ivy League was competitive in football. The way the Tar Heels played Saturday, there is no guarantee they could beat the Harvards and Princetons of the world."
Terrapins rip Tar Heels
The Fayetteville Observer

"There wasn't a chop block was in sight yesterday afternoon, but North Carolina was cut down for the second week in a row and fell very hard."
Streaking Terrapins dismantle Tar Heels
The Winston Salem Journal

"Aside from near-perfect football weather and most of the first quarter, North Carolina's homecoming game could hardly have been more depressing for the old grads scattered among numerous empty seats Saturday at Kenan Stadium."
Terps pound Heels
The Greensboro News and Record

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