Durant may play in finale
The Raleigh News and Observer
"At least a week earlier than expected, quarterback Darian Durant is throwing a football for North Carolina, and he could play in Saturday's season finale at Duke."
Durant to the rescue?
The Durham Herald Sun
"I think that we're going to be a lot better next year on the defensive side of the ball with the amount of time with the young guys have been getting. I feel we're going to be a lot more intense next year. We will learn our assignments because it takes a player time to get experience. You can physical. You can be strong. You can be just a freak of nature as an athlete, but if you don't have any experience it's going to be difficult for you to play. You're going to get beat up a bit. They're going to beat you and you're going to beat them."
Justice Sounds Off At Weekly Press Conference
"This is a big game for us, winning a game number one. Winning an ACC game number two, and last game of the season number three. Very, very important issues for our football team and I'm sure the life for Duke."
Bunting Focused On Winning Final Game
"Reed, 23, was a walk-on at the University of North Carolina in 2000, had never kicked in a college game before that season, but he turned out to be a second-team All-Atlantic Coast Conference selection. He earned honorable mention all-conference honors the following season as a senior."
Steelers ink untested rookie as kicker
"NFL Players Association executive director Gene Upshaw said Carolina Panthers rookie defensive end Julius Peppers doesn't deserve to have his image tarnished by a league policy that has turned out to be more punitive than originally intended."
Union boss defends Peppers
The Charlotte Observer
"Carolina Panthers defensive end Julius Peppers will have at least one more game to add to his NFL-leading sack total."
Peppers will play against Falcons