Friday's UNC Football Links

Friday's links from around the 'net.

"Fast forward to the 2002 election season, when UNC coach Bunting isn't exactly the people's choice with the Tar Heels searching for positives in a 2-7 season. Bunting won't be voted out, though, and he is thinking the same thing Vermeil thought: The assistants should be kept."
Is no change good change for UNC?
The Durham Herald Sun

"Shortly before his death in 1970, Vince Lombardi was asked to pinpoint what made him one of the most successful coaches in football history. Lombardi first cited experience."
Loss of confidence spells trouble
The Raleigh News and Observer

"The most common sight in Kenan Stadium these days, aside from fans fleeing before the end of a North Carolina football game, is an official sticking his whistle into his mouth, blowing on it, and racing over to pick up the yellow flag he had thrown against the Tar Heels seconds earlier."
SEEING RED: Yellow flags irk Bunting
The Winston Salem Journal

"The University of North Carolina football team is in a rut. The Tar Heels are a team that lacks focus, has experienced an inordinate number of injuries and isn't experienced defensively."
Tar Heels look for positives in lost season

"Walk-on Tommy Sharpe will start for Clemson at center on Saturday at North Carolina in place of Jermyn Chester, coach Tommy Bowden said Thursday."
Sharpe to start at center vs. UNC
The State

Inside Carolina Top Stories