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Rodney Landers Gets Chance To Shine


If John Bunting had had his way, Rodney Landers would be wearing baby blue and playing in the defensive secondary Saturday. North Carolina and then-coach Bunting recruited Landers – now James Madison’s starting quarterback – out of Tallwood High School in Virginia Beach. But the Tar Heels, like all of the Division I-A schools recruiting him, envisioned Landers playing on the other side of the ball. (Harrisonburg Daily News-Record)


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