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Tribe's Mike Paulus finally gets shot to be the starting QB
Mike Paulus' right arm has been his ticket throughout his career. It earned him Gatorade Player of the Year honors in New York state. It...

Mike Paulus' Tar Heel Sympathy
William and Mary quarterback Mike Paulus has been an interested observer in the drama surrounding the UNC football program. Paulus spent three seasons in Chapel...

Batten: Breaking down Carolina’s QBs
UNC has recruited its share of blue-chip quarterbacks through the years in guys like Mark Maye, Mike Thomas, Luke Huard, Chuckie Burnette, and more recently...

Class of 2007 rewind
Four years later, how did the members of the ESPNU 150 Class of 2007 fare? ESPN Recruiting took an extensive look back at each of...

Mike Paulus proves his worth in Chapel Hill
When Mike Paulus entered the game early in the first half, he knew — perhaps better than anyone else —he was out-manned. He had practiced...

Back and forth in the ACC: Weeks 9/10
Welcome, November, when seasons are made and broken. Here’s a look back at Week 9 and a look ahead at this week: The ugly -...

Johnny White’s TD run pushes Heels past Tribe
If it wasn’t for Johnny White, North Carolina wouldn’t have enjoyed its homecoming as much as Mike Paulus enjoyed his. While the former UNC quarterback...

Ex-Heels QB Paulus returns to Kenan
In a word, Saturday's game between North Carolina and William & Mary will be "weird," according to T.J. Yates. The Tar Heels' senior quarterback used...

Heels will take on QB Paulus, Tribe
Kendric Burney will return for North Carolina today, and a former Tar Heel also will be back in Chapel Hill, helping the opponent. Burney, a...

Tribe's Shoop, Paulus aren't strangers to UNC
UNC and William & Mary sure have a pretty good feel for each other, which is pretty surprising considering they're from opposite subdivisions and have...

Mike Paulus: 'There's no bad blood'
When quarterback Mike Paulus decided to transfer from UNC to William & Mary in December it was for an opportunity for the one-time high school...

Former Tar Heel part of Tribe's two-headed QB
UNC could see a familiar face behind center for William & Mary when the Tar Heels welcome the Tribe on Saturday for a late out-of-conference...

UNC taking Tribe seriously (as it should)
There’s no shortage of familiarity between UNC and William & Mary. UNC offensive coordinator John Shoop will face his brother, Tribe defensive coordinator Bob Shoop,...

Unlikely that Paulus gets to show UNC what they're missing
One-time "ringleader" and heralded North Carolina quarterback to Division I-AA back-up. Such is the life of Mike Paulus. William & Mary coach Jimmye Laycock named...

Mike Paulus ready for change in scenery
Lost in the coaching transition after John Bunting, who recruited Mike Paulus in 2006, the one-time prep star never made inroads on the depth chart...

QB Focus: T.J. Yates, Carolina scapegoat
A tall (6'4") but totally obscure recruit out of Georgia, Yates wasn't supposed to win the starting job at UNC, and wasn't necessarily supposed to...

Mike Paulus eager to prove himself at William and Mary
It's official: Mike Paulus has arrived in Williamsburg. Paulus, the ex-UNC quarterback and brother of former Syracuse QB and Duke basketball player Greg Paulus, completed...

Mike Paulus to transfer from UNC
North Carolina quarterback Mike Paulus decided Wednesday to transfer to William & Mary, according to a source close to the situation. Paulus, a sophomore quarterback...

Extra Points: Tricks Are For Kids
Tar Heel quarterback Mike Paulus suggested the throwback screen pass to Johnny White that gained 25 yards last week against Miami. Butch Davis was impressed...

UNC injury report vs. Georgia Southern
Out (Season)
Carl Gaskins OT Knee
Matt Merletti S Knee
Trevor Stuart DS Knee
Out (Game)
Lowell Dyer C Shoulder

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