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Tar Heels Catching Criticism


North Carolina's wide receivers, outside of Jesse Holley, aren't performing the way coach John Bunting would like heading into Saturday's game against #19 Boston College. Holley, a junior, leads the Tar Heels with 27 catches for 355 yards and a touchdown. He's gotten help from tight end Jon Hamlett, who has 15 catches for 153 yards and a score. But the rest of the Tar Heels' top receivers Jarwarski Pollock, Mike Mason, Derrele Mitchell and Wallace Wright have a combined 43 catches for 712 yards. (WFMY)


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