Preview the September issue!

Preview the September issue!

The September issue of the <i>Inside Carolina</i> magazine will be shipped out next week to subscribers and newsstands! Take a peek at some of the issue's features ...

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Here's a preview of some of the features in this month's issue ...


BREAKING RECORDS, BREAKING THROUGH
Darian Durant won't lie to you. He knows about the statistics. He knows he's earned the personal accolades. But he also knows he holds the key to leading his young teammates to more wins in 2004 and the ultimate prize: a return to a bowl game and a season-ending victory. It's a tall order, even for a player who has rewritten the record books, but it's all he wants.
By Mark Simpson-Vos
(PHOTO: Jim Hawkins/Inside Carolina)
CENTER STAGE
Whether it's a devastating family tragedy or a disastrous debut, Jason Brown is a lesson in perseverance, as he has emerged as a star player and team leader. And in his final year in Chapel Hill, the senior center has his eyes on All-America status.
By Andy Britt
(PHOTO: Jim Hawkins/Inside Carolina)
TURNOVERS=TURNAROUND
North Carolina's turnover ratio last season left a lot to be desired and is a key to success in 2004. But with an improved defense and a more experienced offense, all signs point to progress in that department.
By Buck Sanders
(PHOTO: Jim Hawkins/Inside Carolina)
Q&A WITH MARVIN SANDERS
IC sits down for a one-on-one with the co-defensive coordinator.

"[The fans] want us to be successful, they love a winner, and that's what we've got to put on the football field for them."
By J.B. Cissell
(PHOTO: Jim Hawkins/Inside Carolina)
BIG FISH IN A BIGGER POND
Dexter Reid is starting from scratch in New England, as he makes the transition from heralded college veteran to unproven NFL newcomer.
By Jeff Goodman
(PHOTO: New England Patriots)
PERSONAL TRIALS
While most college players fine-tuned their games this offseason in individual workouts or pickup games, Sean May and Rashad McCants spent a week playing against the nation's best and learning valuable lessons.
By Jason Jordan
(PHOTO: Nick Pearce)
CATCHING UP WITH ED COTA
Former UNC point guard Ed Cota (‘00) has traveled quite a few miles. ... A knee injury prevented him from participating in the 2004 NBA Summer League, and now Russia is the likely destination this coming season. During the offseason, he resides in Chapel Hill with his fiancé. Through it all, his eyes are still on the NBA.
By J.B. Cissell
(PHOTO: J.B. Cissell/Inside Carolina)
REFLECTIONS OF A CAROLINA SIGNAL CALLER
As a freshman in high school, Scott Stankavage saw a reflection that served as a glimpse into his future. Twenty-eight years later, the former quarterback is a successful businessman in the same college town where his competitive dreams were fulfilled.
By Jack Morton
(PHOTO: UNC Athletic Comm.)
COMING OUT OF THE TUNNEL
Nothing can prepare a freshman for the overwhelming experience of his first collegiate game, especially at Kenan Stadium. And as former Tar Heels can attest, that memory lasts a lifetime.
By Scott Cline
(PHOTO: Jim Hawkins/Inside Carolina)
And so many more articles and features not mentioned above ...


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