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Heels hope H-back can aid offense

North Carolina sophomore Ryan Taylor doesn't know exactly what he will do the first time he enters a game at H-back next month. But then again, neither will the opposing defense. And that's the point. UNC's newest offensive position -- a tight end and fullback hybrid, which accounts for the 'H' -- is a versatile playmaker who can block on the line, catch from the slot and sometimes rush out of the backfield. (Raleigh News & Observer)


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