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All-weather Tar Heels: Davis wants UNC to acclimate to different conditions

The North Carolina football team has practices scheduled for morning, afternoon and evening at various points during training camp. It makes sense, given that the team will play its games at a variety of times between noon and night. Tuesday's session, which was the Tar Heels' first in full pads, took place in the heat of the day between 1:30 p.m. and 4 p.m. And the heat of the day was plenty hot, with temperatures soaring near 100 degrees. (Durham Herald-Sun)


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