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UNC's receivers are struggling


North Carolina's football team hasn't flown across the Bermuda Triangle recently, but it seems so, the way its receivers have mysteriously vanished at a critical point of the season. In its past two games, UNC has managed a total of 184 yards passing. Jarwarski Pollock had two catches for seven yards in those games, and Mike Mason had one for five yards. Derrele Mitchell had none and didn't even have a pass thrown his way against Miami last week. (Winston-Salem Journal)


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