"We're going to coach vision,'' he said. "We're going to coach understanding the concept of the play, and we're going to coach finishing blocks -- by everybody, [including] tight ends, fullbacks, offensive line, wide receivers."
Heels' backs need carries
Raleigh News & Observer
Much was made about who would start at running back for North Carolina in its season-opening game Saturday.
Turns out, it didn't really matter.
Running backs had little impact in Tar Heels' loss
"We had two runners out there that hadn't played football at the (NCAA) Division I level in a long time," Bunting said. "One never and the other one hadn't played in two years. So that's probably going to take some live action to get into the flow of things."
Run Down: UNC's ground game poor
Still, he could take away plenty of positives, and afterward Baker outlined a simple recipe for the rest of the year.
“Making better throws all the time,” he said. “I made a lot of good throws today, but I had some bad throws. That’s gonna happen.”
Baker’s ?rst career start a mixed bag
Daily Tar Heel
North Carolina's offense isn't as potent as Bowling Green's. Yet it was formidable enough to push the Tar Heels to within one touchdown of an upset of then-No. 17 Georgia Tech on Saturday. And although North Carolina is ranked 100th nationally in total defense after surrendering 475 yards in the 27-21 loss to Georgia Tech, the Tar Heels possess more talent and experience on defense than either Bowling Green (105th nationally) or Temple (112th nationally).
Badgers gear for road test
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
The Tennessee Titans needed a scouting report on Pittsburgh Steelers running back Willie Parker, so cornerback Michael Waddell issued this warning: Don't pay attention to his college career, this guy can run.
Who knew he could run like this?
Parker bursts on scene