If you want to know how good North Carolina defensive end Robert Quinn is, ask his coach or teammates. Better yet, ask an opposing coach or a quarterback he has chased down, but whatever you do, don't ask Quinn. The humble sophomore has an unusual combination of size and speed, and unique perspective on life, but he has no ego.
Heels' Quinn makes most of second chance
The News and Observer
Just remember, the Carolina men's basketball team lost its first two conference games of the season, then won the regular season easily and dominated the NCAA Tournament as no team has since Indiana in 1981.
This is not to say Carolina football is going to make a similar run in 2009, but these kids will not quit, nor will Davis and his staff. The questions remain: how much do you love football and will you be there to watch it happen?
Will you be there to see it happen?
The Chapel Hill News
In the 3-4 defense, the two serve as the outside linebackers. Burrell gets most of playing time, while Clark splits snaps with up-and-coming sophomore Cam Johnson.
Clark is aiming for something he's done only once in his collegiate career -- record a sack.
U.Va. linebackers a case of mutual support
The Richmond Times-Dispatch
What seemed like enough to complete the mission suddenly crumbled in crunch time at Southern Mississippi.
The lone leg that Virginia had to stand on through its first two setbacks was timely defensive strength.
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