Monday's UNC Football Links

Posted Sep 29, 2003

Monday's links from around the 'net.

"Starting North Carolina cornerback Cedrick Holt broke his left ankle in the first half of Saturday's game at N.C. State. He is scheduled to have surgery today and will miss the remainder of the season, according to UNC's athletics department."
Tar Heels' Holt sidelined for season
The Raleigh News and Observer

"UNC Chapel Hill topped the list of merchandise sales by universities for a third year in a row, but changing fashions and changing fortunes for its athletic teams have some school administrators worried about whether that will continue."
Is Tar Heel blue losing its luster?
The Charlotte Observer

”There's still a football program at North Carolina, though it's one in desperate need of a defense.”
Sutton column - Trouble at Carolina?
The Kinston Free Press

“The Tar Heels gave up 615 yards and had a blocked punt recovered for an N.C. State touchdown in a 47-34 loss to the Wolfpack at Carter-Finley Stadium. UNC has lost three of the past four to N.C. State.”
UNC Monday Morning Quarterback
The Durham Herald Sun

"This time, N.C. State coach Chuck Amato didn't wad up the stat sheet, toss it aside and say the only thing that matters is the final score."
This time, stats matter
The Raleigh News and Observer

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