Wednesday's UNC Links

- Inside Carolina
Posted Aug 17, 2005

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

Carolina Football

If North Carolina tailback Barrington Edwards can run as enthusiastically as he chatters, and his feet can move as quickly as his wit, he just might have the 1,000-yard season he wants.
Back not all yak
Raleigh News & Observer

McGill, who was limited to seven games and 419 yards rushing last season because of an ankle injury, is still on track to return by midseason this fall. However, he said he would consider redshirting if he's out too long.
McGill recovering from torn tendon
Raleigh News & Observer

Healthier and happier, Page and Seagraves are ready to return to the starting lineup and try the veteran-leader thing one more time. As coach John Bunting sees it, they've each been given renewed hope for an NFL future.
UNC duo hope better days in store
Greensboro News & Record

Page is back and ready for his fifth season at North Carolina. He has his old starter's job at defensive tackle, and his talent and experience should help a defense still trying to come together. He is ready to complete the season that wasn't a year ago.
Page's return should boost Heels
Winston-Salem Journal

Carolina Basketball

“They’re going to be young, but they’ll be young McDonald’s All-Americans,” he joked. “Our guys never flinched last year, so it’ll be interesting to see if they flinch in this situation. I’ll be stunned if it isn’t on TV. I’ll be stunned if they’re not hanging the (national championship) banner that night. I’ll be stunned if there aren’t 22,000 thousand people there. It should be quite a night.”
Bulldogs will open season Nov. 19 against defending NCAA champs
Shelby Star

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