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Tar Heel O-line bonds with Durham Rescue Mission service


Offensive lineman are always eating. For two hours Saturday, North Carolina’s offensive line served others instead. The Tar Heels handled the lunch shift at the Durham Rescue Mission on Saturday, waiting on between 120 and 150 people. “Being a big guy, I love to see people get a big meal,” sophomore center Jarrod James said. “Seeing people eat, be full, be happy, I’m all about it.” (Durham Herald-Sun)


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