Via Inside Carolina:
University of North Carolina sophomore quarterback T.J. Yates sustained an injury to his left ankle during Saturday's game vs. Virginia Tech. Although x-rays taken during the game were negative, an MRI Sunday evening revealed a small non-displaced fracture in his ankle. Yates' injury will not require surgery. He is expected to miss a minimum of six weeks. During that time he will undergo treatment and rehabilitation. His status will be re-evaluated after six weeks.
UNC has a bye week November 2nd and then plays Georgia Tech on the 8th. So if he can come back, that is an ideal situation. Until then it will be Mike Paulus or Cam Sexton if Paulus plays like he did against Virginia Tech.