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Springing Forward


After the first day of spring football practice, quarterback Bryn Renner said the offense's goal was to run 80 plays per game. A year ago, Carolina ran 898 plays in 12 games, just under 75 per game. So the Tar Heels want to push the tempo and get that number creeping a bit higher. Before we get into that, let's look at the 2012 numbers as compared to previous years. (Tar Heel Monthly)


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