Monday's UNC Links

Monday's UNC Links

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Carolina Football

After landing at Raleigh-Durham International Airport on Saturday night, North Carolina's football team had to sit on the tarmac for an extra 45 minutes because the first two sets of exit stairs malfunctioned. Just another reason the Tar Heels won't forget their trip to Louisville anytime soon.
Mistakes hard to relive
Raleigh News & Observer

UNC fans likely want to forget the team's performance Saturday against the Cardinals, but there is some reason for optimism. Bunting is 2-2 after bye weeks in his four previous seasons at UNC, and the two victories show that he knows how to help a team rebound.
Bye week comes at a good time for UNC
Durham Herald-Sun

Tommy Richardson, a North Carolina linebacker, apologized to the school's students, alumni and fans late Saturday for the team's performance in a 69-14 loss at Louisville.
Heels are stunned by collapse at Louisville
Winston-Salem Journal

Louisville outclassed UNC in every facet of the game, scored on its first eight possessions - and all but one - and the final score was indicative of how both teams played.
Tar Heels take giant step back with loss
Wilmington Star-News

There will be plenty of time after the season to analyze Bunting's coaching or the team's lackluster play. For now, let's focus on the positives
You gotta believe
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