Monday's UNC Links

- Inside Carolina
Posted Oct 18, 2004

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

Carolina Football

"We've got to make a decision, at this point," he said. "We've got a four-game season left. And games which I think we can win. It's up to us as a staff, and our football players, and everyone else in our football program to decide what we want to do with it."
Heels reeling after painful loss
Raleigh News & Observer

On Sunday, UNC announced Lewis had a small break of the transverse process of his vertebrae, an injury similar to but not as serious as that of tight end Scott Brumett, who has been out the past two weeks. In addition, a third tailback, Madison Hedgecock, has a sprained foot.
Utah adds injuries to insult for UNC
Durham Herald-Sun

It could have been the injuries -- five regulars on offense went out by early in the third quarter. Or it could have been the altitude. "I had trouble breathing," center Jason Brown confessed.
UNC Monday Morning QB
Durham Herald-Sun

At least North Carolina's beleaguered football team has an extra week to heal the emotional and physical havoc brought by ninth-ranked Utah in the Utes' 46-16 victory Saturday night at Rice-Eccles Stadium.
Tar Heels welcome week off to regroup
Charlotte Observer

"This was a statement game for us," Savoy said. "No disrespect to North Carolina but they didn't know what they were getting into."
Powerful Utes leave Heels bruised, battered
Winston-Salem Journal

Carolina Basketball

I talked with Dave and Pat a lot about the type of players and character guys we had on this team. These are really good dudes. Joe Dumars has done a great job assembling a great basketball team here. That’s how the game of basketball should be played. When I heard that, “Play the right way,” all the North Carolina stuff just popped out all over me.
Talking with ... Phil Ford, Pistons assistant coach
Detroit News

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