Monday's UNC Football Links


Posted Sep 15, 2003


Monday's links from around the 'net.

"After starting the season 0-2 and allowing a combined 86 points to Florida State and Syracuse, UNC had last week off. Coach John Bunting re-opened the competition for time at linebacker as the Tar Heels prepare for Saturday's game at 2-1 Wisconsin (ESPN, noon)."
UNC Monday Morning Quarterback
The Durham Herald Sun

"Jim Sorgi had just been sacked silly, lost his first start of the 2003 college football season and heard boos cascade down from a healthy contingent of the Camp Randall Stadium crowd."
Critical juncture for Sorgi
The Milwaukee Journal Sentinal

”Reportedly the injury is a sprained ankle. Whether Davis will play against North Carolina next weekend will be determined as he is evaluated this week by team trainers.”
Davis injured in loss
The Badger Herald

“Facing accusations of greed, conspiracy and other forms of debauchery, the Atlantic Coast Conference provided off-season drama by raiding the Big East Conference for its two most prominent football programs - Miami and Virginia Tech.”
ACC football is big-league now
The Philadelphia Inquirer



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