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H1N1 equals no nightlife for the Tar Heels


Last week, UNC became one of a growing number of college football teams dealing with the H1N1 virus. Two Tar Heel players, fullback Bobby Rome and reserve defensive tackle Jordan Nix, tested positive last week for probable H1N1 influenza. “We’re trying to stay out of areas that might be crowded or have a lot of guys sweating,” said UNC defensive back Deunta Williams. “Like clubs or bars.” (WRAL Sports Fan)


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