SYRACUSE, N.Y. --- Mike Paulus doesn't know if he'll be North Carolina's starting quarterback for the 2007 season, and he readily admits he hasn't earned any playing time. But he's going to get a long look from the UNC coaches in training camp and Paulus ultimately hopes to win the job.
SYRACUSE, N.Y. --- The dynamic surrounding two brothers playing major college sports at rival schools is not unprecedented, but it certainly provides for interesting discussions around the family dinner table.
SYRACUSE, N.Y. --- Mike Paulus feels the pressure, and he welcomes it. He could have accumulated early bench time at schools such as Michigan, Notre Dame and Southern Cal while seasoning his potential. And that might have been easier. But Paulus, a 6-5 prototype passer at Christian Brothers Academy, wants nothing to do with easy.
With the faxing of Mike Paulus' National Letter of Intent to North Carolina, the Tar Heels are adding their highest rated quarterback since Ronald Curry to their roster.
February 7, 2007
Mike Paulus arrived in Chapel Hill Saturday morning at approximately 10 o'clock for his one and only official visit.
January 23, 2007
Newly hired North Carolina offensive coordinator John Shoop, accompanied by tight ends coach Steve Hagen, made the trip to Syracuse on Thursday afternoon to meet with prized UNC pledge Mike Paulus of Christian Brothers Academy (N.Y.).
January 19, 2007
Since North Carolina hired John Shoop, Tar Heel pledge Mike Paulus has been in frequent contact with UNC's new offensive coordinator.
January 16, 2007
While unhappy with Butch Davis' choice to not retain his primary recruiter, Dave Brock, Mike Paulus said he will not allow it to affect his verbal commitment to North Carolina.
December 19, 2006