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ACC's 'Big Four' optimistic for fall success


The Tar Heels are counting on Butch Davis to get them to their first bowl since 2004, though they already had a setback by going through spring drills without starting quarterback T.J. Yates, who is recovering from shoulder surgery. Yates has all of 12 games on his resume and could have used the extra practice time in John Shoop's offense, which operated under backups Mike Paulus and Cameron Sexton through the spring. (Sporting News)


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