Tuesday's UNC Links

Tuesday's UNC Links

Tuesday's links from around the 'net.

Carolina Football

Fayetteville's Wallace Wright felt blessed last spring when, after spending two years as a walk-on, North Carolina awarded him a football scholarship.
Pine Forest's Wright makes impact with Tar Heels
The Fayetteville Observer

The Demon Deacons (1-4 ACC, 4-4) were idle last week, and when they host North Carolina (3-3, 4-5) at noon Saturday, the two QBs will pick up where they left off -- with Mauk getting the majority of the action.
Mauk is Wake's man in revamped offense
Greensboro News and Record

Lineman Jason Hill of Atlanta has committed to North Carolina, Douglass High coach Gary Cantrell said Monday. Hill is 6-foot-5 and 255 pounds and plays right offensive tackle, where his blocking has helped James Davis rush for more than 2,000 yards.
Tar Heels land versatile line recruit
The Charlotte Observer

In February, Baker will sign a Division I-A scholarship, probably choosing from a list of suitors now down to -- in alphabetical order -- North Carolina, N.C. State, Tennessee, Virginia and Virginia Tech.
Rob Daniels: Baker's success no guarantee for future
Greensboro News and Record

Carolina Basketball

Georgia Tech and North Carolina were third and fourth in the balloting. It is the second time in three years one conference has had the Nos. 2-4 in the preseason poll.
League of their own
Raleigh News and Observer

Top-heavy with Atlantic Coast Conference teams, The Associated Press preseason men's basketball poll gave the nod to Kansas of the Big 12 Conference.
ACC dominates first hoops poll
Jacksonville Daily Press

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