They know now. All those people who wondered why Cam Sexton didn't transfer when it seemed like he'd fallen behind both T.J. Yates and Mike Paulus in the quarterback pecking order at North Carolina learned the answer Saturday. Sexton was waiting for a moment like the one that occurred Saturday at Dolphin Stadium in Miami when he led the Tar Heels to a dramatic come-from-behind 28-24 triumph over the University of Miami.
Persistence pays off for Sexton
The Fayetteville Observer
Cameron Sexton never stopped believing that he would get another shot at playing quarterback for North Carolina.
The moment came on Saturday, with UNC in dire straits against Miami at Dolphin Stadium.
Plugging Pays Off: UNC's Sexton says he never lost hope he would get another chance
The Winston-Salem Journal
Quarterback T.J. Yates may be hurt, but North Carolina's bowl dreams remain healthy because of junior quarterback Cameron Sexton and senior safety Trimane Goddard.
The News and Observer
After North Carolina's dramatic victory over Miami on Saturday, the media swarmed Cameron Sexton to talk about his big day, allowing Brandon Tate to slip away after a lonely minute or two.
Davis, Tar Heels praise record-setting Tate
The Durham Herald-Sun