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Tailback Barrington Edwards recently started a Friday morning tradition he hopes will positively impact North Carolina's inconsistent running game : Feeding his offensive linemen a great big breakfast.
Eggs, bacon and bonding
The News and Observer

Browning is a natural teacher, drawing on his time at Northern when he had to show young players how to do everything. College players are more advanced physically, but they often need the same kind of instruction. One of the best places a UNC defensive tackle can be is under "the microscope." That's where Browning cues up a videotape and watches every movement the player makes. He gives tips about hand position and footwork, trying to build good habits.
Savvy, dedication breed success for UNC's Browning
The Durham Herald-Sun

Thirteen days after having knee surgery, Jarwarski Pollock is ready to play again at North Carolina and go after a spot in school football history.
Pollock to return for Heels vs. Cavs
The Winston-Salem Journal

Brandon Tate didn't listen to his brother's arguments. He wouldn't budge when his father tried to convince him. So, to finally make the gun-shy high school junior go out for the football team, Mama Tate had to step in with some tough love.
HELPING HANDS
The Burlington Times-News

In the days and months that followed the 2000 football season, an unusually high number of ACC-area football programs changed coaches, a situation that was more than a little bit unsettling for recruits like Matt Baker.
Tar Heels quarterback Matt Baker was recruited by UVa out of high school.
The Roanoke Times

Forget that Virginia shocked fourth-ranked Florida State last Saturday night. Yeah, that's hard to do, but the best thing the Cavaliers can do heading into this weekend's game in Chapel Hill is to get a quick case of amnesia.
Virginia's best weapon for UNC: amnesia
The Daily Progress

After getting his first taste of real playing time, Virginia right tackle Eddie Pinigis got on the phone after the Cavaliers beat Duke in September to give North Carolina tight end Jon Hamlett the good news.
UVa's Pinigis, UNC's Hamlett both JF grads
The Lynchburg News and Advance

North Carolina would not like to imagine a repeat performance Saturday at Kenan Stadium. Hagans' outing against Florida State reminded Tar Heels coach John Bunting somewhat of Darian Durant, the Heels' playmaking former quarterback, and even more so of fleet-footed former Clemson QB Woody Dantzler.
Virginia QB uses time out of mind to succeed
The Greensboro News and Record

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