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Sanders knows about disasters


As an emergency planner for a Nebraska nuclear power plant in the early 1990s, Marvin Sanders scheduled training, taught people how to decontaminate and wrote a manual with 356 scenarios on what to do if disaster struck. As the Tar Heels prepare to play Virginia on Saturday, the defensive players are looking to Sanders to train them out of their mistakes, decontaminate their negative memories, and use his inches-thick playbook to help them recover from their 69-point disaster at Louisville. (Raleigh News & Observer)


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