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Name:Mike Paulus
Hometown:Syracuse, NY
High School:Christian Brothers Academy
Born:October 12, 1988 (31)
Height/Weight:6-5, 215
Position:Quarterback
Notes:Football

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...

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 Doubtful Zack Pianalto TE Foot Ryan Taylor...

Hanson slips by Paulus in lineup
In the fourth quarter of North Carolina's 40-6 season-opening win over The Citadel on Saturday, starting quarterback T.J. Yates was taken out to give his...


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