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Rebuilding offensive line a work in progress


The North Carolina offensive line lost three starters from a season ago, three guys who became NFL draft picks, so James Hurst knew it would be important to build a new sense of camaraderie and unity with those who were returning. What better way to do it than with a breakfast club? That’s how Hurst, the Tar Heels’ senior left tackle, described it recently: “An o-line breakfast club.” (Charlotte Observer)


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