Monday's UNC Football Links

Monday's links from around the 'net.

"The Tar Heels closed out their Kenan Stadium schedule with a 42-12 loss to Clemson, making 2002 the losingest home season in school history. UNC finished 0-4 at Kenan in 1952; this season, the Tar Heels were 0-6."
UNC Monday Morning QB
The Durham Herald Sun

"North Carolina senior Sam Aiken is standing next to a referee, and at 6-foot-2, 205 pounds, Aiken looks like a future NFL receiver. On the other side of Aiken is UNC senior Ronald Brewer, and at 5-5, 164 pounds, Brewer looks like Muggsy Bogues."
Farewell to Brewer, a UNC giant
The Charlotte Observer

"The Carolina defense spent most of Sunday afternoon at the movies, but it was not very entertaining. For a fourth time this season the Tar Heels surrendered more than 500 yards in Saturday's 42-12 loss to Clemson, and head coach John Bunting sat with the defenders and went over every one of the Tigers' offensive plays."
Woody: Defense Spent Sunday at the Movies

"With a 10th Atlantic Coast Conference title in sight, the 15th-ranked Seminoles (7-3, 6-0) will need all the push they can muster from their defensive front four heading into their final games against pass-happy North Carolina, N.C. State and Florida."
Seminoles finally applying pressureway
The Times Union

"Darnell Dockett is playing to stay out of the Gator Bowl. Seniors Todd Williams and Brett Williams want to leave Florida State as champions, and an ACC title fits that bill."
FSU regains fighting spirit
The Tallahassee Democrat

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