Monday's UNC Links

- Inside Carolina
Posted Oct 11, 2004

Today's Carolina links from around the 'net ...

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North Carolina senior Madison Hedgecock doesn't remember exactly why his little league football coach dubbed him "Mad Dog" in the third grade.
'Mad dog' sparks UNC
Raleigh News & Observer

N.C. State coach Chuck Amato said Sunday that no formal protest or complaint had been filed with the ACC office over a disputed call late in North Carolina game.
Pack won't file protest
Raleigh News & Observer

The questions directed at Bunting this season have been repetitive, the subject matter at times negative. That's the nature of society, yes, but also a fact of football life when Bunting's record is 8-22 since going 8-5 in 2001. He is the CEO of a major operation, and when his company is faltering, folks look first to him.
North Carolina MMQB
Durham Herald-Sun

While Bunting praised his defense for that final play, he remains disgusted at the overall performance. He was gushing about the play of fullback Madison Hedgecock, whose debut as a jumbo tailback was a hit -- 10 carries, 69 yards.
Where was T.A.'s knee down?
Durham Herald-Sun

“If you think it’s a touchdown, you look across to your partner on the other side and you try to get a confirmation,” Faircloth said. “Sometimes that doesn’t always happen.”
One play generating a lot of talk
Greensboro News & Record

The Tar Heels have been on the canvas several times this year with the count closing in on 10 yet they keep getting up. The players, especially senior leaders Jason Brown and Gerald Sensabaugh, are very much responsible, but so are Bunting and his staff.
With numbers against them, Tar Heels showed some resilience
Wilmington Star-News

There was no conclusive evidence yesterday to explain N.C. State's lost touchdown against North Carolina Saturday night, more than 20 hours after the play led to a stunning finish that became the talk of the state.
State fans say, 'Bad call;' UNC fans praise officials
Winston-Salem Journal

It's the first time the Utes have been ranked in the top 10 since 1994, when they started 8-0 before losing back-to-back games. Coach Urban Meyer and his team return to action against North Carolina at Rice-Eccles Stadium on Saturday night, riding a nine-game winning streak dating to last season. .
Utes move to No. 10
Salt Lake Tribune

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