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Fedora: UNC players ‘can’t hide’ from expectations

The UNC football team is in the midst of its winter conditioning program, which it calls Blue Dawn. After every 6 a.m. workout, the nine UNC coaches get together and gives each player’s effort either thumb's up or thumb's down. If a player gets at least eight positive reviews, he gets to wear a blue jersey the next day. Seven thumbs up means a white jersey. Six or fewer means a red jersey, the color of rival N.C. State. (Durham Herald-Sun)


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