Monday's UNC Football Links

Posted Oct 20, 2003

Monday's links from around the 'net.

"Out of the mouths of recruits, North Carolina coach John Bunting found a way to move on from Saturday's wrenching 33-31 loss to Arizona State."
Bunting looks to 'build on it'
The Raleigh News and Observer

"North Carolina held Arizona State scoreless for more than 21 minutes of the second half, but Sun Devils wide receiver Skyler Fulton snagged a 5-yard pass on the game's final play to give ASU a victory. It was UNC's 10th consecutive loss at Kenan Stadium."
The Durham Herald Sun

”There was 1:40 remaining Saturday, and Carolina--which had recovered from a 27-17 deficit against Arizona State-- only needed to convert a third-and-one at its own 45-yard line to pull out a 31-27 win and snap a nine-game losing streak in Kenan Stadium. However, the Tar Heels didn't make it happen.”
Woody: Heels Didn't Block It Right

“ Like the proud pack of Arizona State fans who were there when Skyler Fulton's touchdown catch with no time left beat North Carolina 33-31, Sorgen will get to watch the non-televised thriller.”
Koetter questions calls of ACC crew
The Arizona Republic

"After Clemson University had finished beating North Carolina in 1981, quarterback Homer Jordan was not sure whether to smile or wince."
College Classics: UNC game a key point in Tigers' national title season
The Greenville News

"In week seven of the 2003 NFL season former University of North Carolina football players contributed to their respective teams by way of the defensive game."
NFL Update: Week Seven

"Clemson has offered Lake City, Fla., running back Andre Copeland (5-8, 190) and athlete George Timmons (6-2, 200). Copeland has offers from Syracuse and North Carolina. Timmons has offers from Iowa State, Michigan State and North Carolina."
Recruiting Notes : N.Y. defensive lineman commits to Tigers
The (South Carolina) State

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