T.J. Yates will be sidelined for about six weeks at North Carolina but is planning on maintaining an active role until his return. Yates expects to travel to Miami on Friday and will try to help Mike Paulus and Cam Sexton, the players who will replace him at quarterback, with advice while standing on the sideline.
Injured Yates says he will try to help from sideline
The Winston Salem Journal
North Carolina wide receiver Brandon Tate had 15 games to develop a comfortable rhythm with T.J. Yates.
Now he and the rest of the Tar Heels' offense must quickly do the same thing -- with two different quarterbacks.
Davis not yet set on Heels' QB
The News and Observer
Butch Davis still isn't in a rush to name a starting quarterback for Saturday's game against Miami, although he did throw in a new caveat on Wednesday: Both Mike Paulus and Cam Sexton are likely to see action against the Hurricanes (noon, ESPN2).
Davis not set on QB starter
The Durham Herald-Sun
North Carolina coach Butch Davis left Miami eight years ago, prepared his Tar Heels so well that they beat the Hurricanes last season, and has only been on the sidelines at Dolphin Stadium once before.
Davis back to Miami
The Sarasota Herald-Tribune