Menu

Connections: The Nebraska to North Carolina QB pipeline

Sunday, August 20, 2006

One of the oddest connections in college football is the two-way road quarterbacks have traveled between Nebraska and North Carolina. Curt Dukes left Nebraska for Duke, though he's no longer with the program. Nebraska transfer Joe Dailey is battling for the starting job at North Carolina, and Harrison Beck recently left the Cornhuskers to join N.C. State's team. The guy Beck couldn't beat out for the starting job at Nebraska is Zac Taylor, formerly of Wake Forest. That's just too weird. (Charlotte Observer)

Related:

Recent Football Articles:
UNC offense has been historical under Fedora

Former UNC Lineman Now on the Streets, Looking for Answers, and Help

Q&A with UNC coach Larry Fedora

On the creation of the Charlie "Choo-Choo" Justice statue

Extra Points: Back East

UNC football opens up spring practice

New coaches aim to improve UNC defense

Video: Fedora, Chizik & Warren Post Practice Interviews

Football Menu
Football News Schedule Roster Depth Chart Recruiting Rankings & Standings Tar Heels in the NFL 1,000-Yard Rushers Bowl Game History NFL Draftees Super Bowl Champions First Forward Pass