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Joe Dailey's move to receiver pays dividends for UNC


Joe Dailey moved to wide receiver without any goals for catches, yardage or touchdowns. All he wanted to do was help his team -- in whatever ways possible. Dailey did that on the field Saturday in North Carolina's 33-27 victory over Miami at Kenan Stadium, filling in for injured teammate Brooks Foster. Dailey made his first two catches of the season, turning a pair of third-and-long situations into UNC first downs. (Durham Herald-Sun)


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