North Carolina finished the first half of its football season with a 5-1 record, but Jabari Price isn't sure all of its efforts are appreciated or recognized.
Price, a sophomore cornerback, said that UNC will have to grab the attention he thinks it deserves in its final six games, starting with Saturday's home game vs. Miami.
Price: UNC deserves respect
The Winston-Salem Journal
During Everett Withers’ weekly news conference Monday, the North Carolina interim coach didn’t seem interested in reflecting on UNC’s 5-1 record.
Instead, Withers mentioned a talk with senior defensive lineman Quinton Coples that morning.
Price: Tar Heels need to ‘make a statement to the world’
The Durham Herald-Sun
North Carolina interim coach Everett Withers says he hopes to have several injured players back for this weekend's Atlantic Coast Conference game against Miami.
Several UNC players may be returning from injury to meet Miami
The Fayetteville Observer
Jabari Price had a chance to ease back into game action a couple of weeks ago.
That phase has passed and he’s amped up for the full responsibilities that come in North Carolina’s defensive backfield.
Price returns at right time for Tar Heels
The Burlington Times-News
From the beginning of the season, North Carolina's football players insisted they would let their play do the talking, focus on one game at a time, and wait until the end of the season to judge their overall performance.
But one victory away from bowl eligibility entering Saturday's 12:30 p.m. game against Miami, cornerback Jabari Price apparently forgot his team's talking points on Monday.
UNC seeking bowl spot and, says Price, respect
The Charlotte Observer
Jabari Price wants respect.
North Carolina’s cornerback doesn’t necessarily want veneration from fans or other teams, but he does want it from the 65 college football sportswriters and broadcasters across the nation whose votes make up the Associated Press top 25 poll.
Unranked Tar Heels want ‘respect’
The Daily Tar Heel
After seven meetings totaling 27½ hours over the course of 6½ weeks, search committee chairman Lowry Caudill said the group is “pretty deep” into the process of finding North Carolina’s next athletic director.
Committee continues search for next UNC athletic director
The Durham Herald-Sun
With linemen Curtis Porter and Marcus Forston already out for the season, the defense also lost tackle Adewale Ojomo to an undisclosed injury in Saturday's loss to Virginia Tech. But Golden said the team is "hopeful" Ojomo will be ready to play against North Carolina.
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