Wednesday, June 10, 2009

Mike Paulus

If you live in Durham instead of Chapel Hill to be with your brother, you might be a Mike Paulus.

If your quarterback rating last year was 21.32, you might be a Mike Paulus.

If you are unable to hang posters above your bed without getting stitches, you might be a Mike Paulus.



Apparently this was on facebook under the caption:

hey kids here's a life lesson. after you're done hanging up your poster above your bed, remember two things. remember to check if the fan is on the highest possible speed and also remember to avoid it letting it catch you in the face. those damn ceiling fans are unforgivable. just ask our friend mike here, five stitches later.


Let's just put to rest all of the QB controversies once and for all. Assist to Mine that Bird.

Also, some scheduling notes for the football team. I love nooners.

June 4, 2009

Chapel Hill, N.C. ------ North Carolina's home football game vs. East Carolina on Saturday, Sept. 19 will be televised nationally by ESPN or ESPN2 at 12 noon, the Atlantic Coast Conference announced Thursday. A decision on the specific network will be made at a later date.

North Carolina will kickoff the 2009 football season vs. The Citadel at 6 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 5. The game will not be televised, but will be available on ESPN360.com.

The Atlantic Coast Conference announced game times and television broadcasts for the first three weeks of the 2009 schedule Thursday. Carolina's game at Connecticut Sept. 12 is under control of the Big East Conference and the exact time will be announced at a later date.

Once the season begins, game times and TV will be announced weekly by the Atlantic Coast Conference after discussions with the league's television partners ESPN/ABC and Raycom Sports. The league's television partners will make their choices with a 12-day advanced notice beginning on Monday, Sept. 14 (for games on Saturday, Sept. 26).

Game times were also announced for North Carolina's two Thursday night ESPN games. The Tar Heels will play host to Florida State in the first Thursday night game in school history on Oct. 22 at 8 p.m. The following week, Carolina travels to Virginia Tech for a 7:30 p.m. game on Thursday, Oct. 29.

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