Friday's UNC Links

Friday's UNC Links

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Carolina Football

"On Saturday I'm usually up at (North) Carolina or (N.C.) State or Duke, and after that, my wife (Marie) says I'm a football addict. I'm up watching television until the wee hours of the morning, watching those games."
Q&A | Former ACC football coach Bill Dooley
Charlotte Observer

He moved up to the varsity before the end of his freshman season and later moved to offensive tackle. Last season, he led the blocking for an all-conference running back and estimated that he had 35 to 40 pancake blocks.
Lineman from Florida commits to UNC
Winston-Salem Journal

Handerson also stands 6-7 with an impressive list of scholarship offers. Schools such as Oklahoma, Florida, Georgia and Auburn wanted Handerson, who picked UNC after attending camp last weekend.
Heels get three more recruits for 2006 class
Durham Herald-Sun

Carolina Basketball

Felton, the fifth player taken in last month's NBA draft, hit a jump shot to give the Bobcats an early lead. Then he hit another, and another. And another. By halftime, he had scored 18 points on 7-of-9 shooting
Felton gives Bobcats a big boost
Charlotte Observer

Marvin Williams, the No. 2 pick in the 2005 NBA draft, hasn't been around long enough to know all the proper mannerisms of the NBA.
Hawks' Williams learns game within game
Salt Lake Tribune

North Carolina coach Roy Williams was in attendance Thursday afternoon at Salt Lake Community College. He had seven former players, including Hawks rookie Marvin Williams and Charlotte rookies Sean May and Raymond Felton, playing in the Revue. He said he wasn't going to stick around for Friday's Hawks-Bobcats Revue finale, he said he had to hit the recruiting trail.
Uncle Roy in the house
Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Plenty of genuine problems face collegiate athletics these days, but the allegations against the Kansas basketball program during Roy Williams' tenure are not among them.
What's the big deal?
Chapel Hill News

Dave Collison, the father of former Kansas University basketball All-American Nick Collison, is positive former KU coach Roy Williams would never commit an NCAA violation knowingly. How does he know for sure? Williams on more than one occasion made Dave pay for coffee and doughnuts on trips to the men's basketball office.
Collison defends Williams
Lawrence Journal-World

New Chanticleers basketball coach Buzz Peterson said this week that there is a "strong possibility" that the University of North Carolina will travel to Conway to face CCU in the arena's opening game.
Tar Heels might help open arena
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