Bunting Changes Tune on Sexton
Apparently that wasn't the case as Sexton failed to take a snap in the Tar Heels' opening week loss to Rutgers.
In Bunting's defense, however, Dailey was doing a good job of moving the offense in a tightly contested ball game. And as they say, "If it ain't broke, don't fix it."
It's hard to argue with this decision. I just think Bunting would have been better served two weeks ago to frame the quarterback debate the way he did this afternoon.
Today in a radio interview, Bunting's tune changed a little and now says that Sexton's playing time will be determined situationally, meaning that he would most likely see game action only if the Heels' offense stalls or if there's a big lead for either team.
Nevertheless, whoever is under center faces another stiff challenge this week and will need to limit mistakes against a Virginia Tech defense that thrives on them.