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Former UNC football players return to coach at middle schools

The best time Sherrod Peace had playing football wasn't in the state championship game at Northern High or in the ACC at North Carolina. It actually happened every day after the bell rang at Carrington Middle School. "College football -- that was more like a business, like a job, but middle school football -- that was just fun." Peace, his twin brother, Sherron, and their cousin, Jason -- who all led Northern to the state 4-A title in 1993 -- have returned to their football wonder years as coaches at Neal Middle School. (Durham Herald-Sun)

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