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Posted Jan 1, 2006

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Carolina Football

Cignetti told The Bee he has not accepted a position at North Carolina, but that he and his family are flying to Chapel Hill today to meet with Tar Heels coach John Bunting and athletic director Dick Baddour to discuss the offensive coordinator opening. "The job's not accepted until you sign the contract," Cignetti said. "I haven't signed anything yet. We're going down there to meet with them and take a look at Chapel Hill.".
Cignetti a certainty to depart, Hill says
Fresno Bee

Frank Cignetti Jr., the architect of Fresno State's high-scoring offense, is set to become offensive coordinator at North Carolina, a source told the Observer on Saturday.
Cignetti to lead offense
The Charlotte Observer

Coach Pat Hill of Fresno State said yesterday after a 31-24 loss to Tulsa in the Liberty Bowl that Cignetti has accepted North Carolina's offer. North Carolina officials had no comment yesterday, but Hill said that the agreement has been reached and Cignetti will be leaving for Chapel Hill.
UNC wants Cignetti to replace Tranquill
The Winston-Salem Journal

However, Fresno State head coach Pat Hill told the Bee he expects Cignetti to accept the job, and that the 40-year-old has been offered a three-year contract.
UNC focuses on Cignetti
The News and Observer

Carolina Basketball

He had a big grin on his face as he said it, but Episcopal (Pa.) All-American Wayne Ellington said he definitely plans to be in Chapel Hill for more than one season. "I'll be there as long as possible, man," he said. "I want to win a championship. That's my goal. I have no intentions" of going to the NBA draft after one season.
UNC recruit said he intends to stay a while
The Charlotte Observer

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