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Quinton Person is a patient person, a guy who doesn't like to rush things and doesn't make hasty decisions.
Hard hittin' Heel
Greenville Daily Reflector

During a running backs drill Tuesday afternoon, Ronnie McGill took a handoff, lowered his shoulders and knocked a scout-team player on his back.
McGill ready to roll
Raleigh News & Observer

Juanita McGill was happy to hear the news, but she had one message for John Bunting. "Don't let him get hurt," McGill said, speaking of her son, Ronnie.
McGill's back in UNC mix
Durham Herald-Sun

Actually, Bunting can't even guarantee McGill will return from a left pectoral muscle to play Saturday at Louisville. But optimism that he will is running high after McGill emerged from his first full-contact practice Tuesday wearing his trademark ear-to-ear smile.
Heels running back cleared to play
Greensboro News & Record

Ronnie McGill went through his first full football practice of the season late yesterday afternoon with no problems and his sights set on playing for North Carolina on Saturday at Louisville.
UNC's McGill says 'everything's fine'
Winston-Salem Journal

Receiver Jesse Holley has been pointing to the Louisville game for a year, intent upon reversing what he considered a poor individual performance that fed a lacking team effort.
One down, one to go for improving Heels
Winston-Salem Journal

Quick now, who is the most surprising team in the ACC today? North Carolina, without a doubt.
Don't look now, but Tar Heels are doing fine
Durham Herald-Sun

The North Carolina football team is better than it has been in years, far superior to what most of us thought it could be before the season began. The No. 1 question at this point is: "Why?" One underlying reason for the improvement is trust.
Carolina's confidence game pays off
Chapel Hill News

The Cards continue to be among the NCAA Division I-A's offensive leaders and have the top-ranked individual in the Big East in passing efficiency (Brian Brohm), rushing average (Michael Bush) and receiving average (Mario Urrutia).
Louisville Notebook
Louisville Courier Journal

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