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The North Carolina offense – in its entirety – will be one large question mark going into the 2006 season. With offensive coordinator Gary Tranquill heading into retirement, the new brain trust on offense will inherit new quarterbacks, several key losses off a thin offensive line, a curiously underachieving receiver corps and an anemic rushing attack. (Inside Carolina)


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