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Incentives: Title game, skeptics motivate Tar Heels


There's something unusual in the air at North Carolina, according to Tommy Richardson. "When you smell food, you can't help but be hungry," he said. For Richardson, a linebacker from Miami, the scent creating the hunger is the ACC's first football championship game, scheduled Dec. 3 in Jacksonville, Fla. He wants to return to his home state as a senior to play for the championship. (Winston-Salem Journal)


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