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Yates Earns Starting Nod

“T.J. Yates is going to be the starting quarterback for the James Madison game,” Davis told a large media crowd following practice. “…At this point, we feel like that T.J. gives us the best opportunity to play the best we can offensively for Week One. Right now, all I’m really concerned about is the first game.” For Yates, the thought of starting a college football game was far from his mind only a few years ago. (Inside Carolina)


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