Among Tar Heel recruiting fanatics, Barnes has been the hot topic since his Nov. 13 commitment. And there's good reason to be anticipating his national TV debut tonight. But to spend all of your time tracking Barnes' exploits would be to ignore the accomplishments of the superstar duo the Tar Heels have locked up in the Class of 2011.
Barnes not UNC's only commit worth tracking
The Fayetteville Observer
Workers at Cowboys Stadium borrowed a page from Dean Smith's old playbook on the four-corners offense Wednesday.
Spread it out. Take it slow.
Cowboys Stadium receives a basketball makeover
The Fort Worth Star-Telegram
North Carolina has one football game left this season, and quarterback T.J. Yates considers it one of the most important of his career. The Meineke Car Care Bowl -- against Pittsburgh at Charlotte's Bank of America Stadium on Dec. 26 -- will give Yates one last chance for a strong finish in what has often been a trying season for him.
One Last Shot: Yates, Tar Heels' QB, plans to quiet his critics in bowl
The Winston-Salem Journal