Sunday's UNC Football Links

Posted Sep 7, 2003

Sunday's links from around the 'net.

When two football teams are racking up a total of 1,023 yards and 96 points, the only defensive play that counts is the last one. Trailing 49-47 in the third overtime, North Carolina needed a two-point conversion to tie and send the game to a fourth overtime.
Orange outdoes Heels
The Raleigh News and Observer

On Saturday, the defenses of North Carolina and Syracuse -- two of the most porous units in college football -- combined to put the "D" in disappear.
Heels' defense does a disappearing act
The Raleigh News and Observer

North Carolina quarterback Darian Durant did not look devastated at the end of North Carolina's 49-47 triple-overtime football loss to Syracuse, but his face didn't approach happy, either.
Setting career record is no comfort for QB
The Raleigh News and Observer

Moral of the story: Don't ever leave a North Carolina-Syracuse football game early.
UNC loses lead, falls in 3 OTs
The Charlotte Observer

For much of the game, the North Carolina offense exploited hole after hole in Syracuse's rebuilt defense. With the outcome in the balance, it thought it saw another one.
Orangemen topple UNC in triple OT
The Post Standard

The video-board montage meant to accompany North Carolina touchdowns finally made its debut Saturday against Syracuse. Each time the Tar Heels found the end zone, the $2 million board showed scoring clips of the past.
Heels hauled down in third OT
The Durham Herald Sun

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