Tuesday's UNC Football Links


Posted Oct 28, 2003



"On the bright side, North Carolina's defensive play did improve after the first quarter Saturday at Clemson. But, after giving up 205 yards in the first 15 minutes, how could it not get better?"
UNC's defense left lots to be desired
The Greensboro News and Record

"Expansion is coming to a conference near you. Soon, powerhouses Miami and Virginia Tech will contend for the ACC football championship, making The New ACC as strong and nationally relevant at its top as any conference has ever been."
Rob Daniels column: Your team might be playing for fourth
The Greensboro News and Record

"With Maryland's offense struggling headed into Saturday's game against North Carolina, even more pressure is put on the Terrapins' defense, which has developed into one of the ACC's best."
Terps' Defense in Pressure Situation
Washington Post

"The status of Maryland quarterback Scott McBrien for Saturday's game against North Carolina "remains unclear," team officials said yesterday. McBrien, a senior, suffered a concussion in the first half of the Terps' 7-3 loss to Georgia Tech on Thursday night, and he did not return in the second half."
McBrien 'remains unclear' for Sat.
Baltimore Sun


Related Stories
Updated UNC Football Depth Chart
 -by InsideCarolina.com  Oct 27, 2003
Terry Named ACC Offensive Lineman Of The Week
 -by InsideCarolina.com  Oct 28, 2003
Nov. 8 Game Times Set
 -by InsideCarolina.com  Oct 28, 2003

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