Jock Moore hasn't played a second of college football this season. While that may discourage some players, it makes Moore all the hungrier. After all, Moore, a sophomore offensive lineman with the North Carolina Tar Heels, isn't one to shy away from hard work. That doesn't stop on the football field.
Moore taking advantage of his opportunities
Washington Daily News
"We're probably a little short on bowls for one year," Swofford said. "We'll want to do everything we can possibly do to have a home for all of our bowl-eligible teams if at all possible. But that will be a challenge this particular year."
ACC Bowl Picture Is Difficult to Predict
The Tar Heels need to win three of their final four. They should beat Duke at home and should be a slight favorite to beat Maryland at Kenan Stadium. After that they host Boston College. They may want to win those first three games since the final game on the schedule is played where visiting teams go to lose - Blacksburg.
ACC teams try to become bowl eligible
Charlottesville Daily Progress
Of course Carolina will run. That is how a Roy Williams team plays. He wants the freshmen to become accustomed to playing that way so that when the program does have enough players — and, oh boy, that's coming — they'll know exactly how it works. And there's the practical matter of how it will work with the present team.
Rest assured, UNC will run despite thin roster
But as the second pick in this year's NBA draft, Williams comes into the league with high expectations. He is still a teenager, but he will be a top backup when the Hawks open their season at Golden State Wednesday night.
Hawks' Rookie Williams Still Wide-Eyed
"They're both very honest with each other," said Dean Smith, who coached Karl at North Carolina and was an assistant when Moe played for the Tar Heels. "Doug is not sensitive to anything. But when Doug gets on George for being too heavy, it really bothered George."
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