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Unless sophomore Cameron Sexton wins the job, a North Carolina quarterback who has never played a college football game will take the field this fall. If it is Sexton, the Tar Heels will still have a QB with limited experience. And, at that, a majority of Sexton's experiences from last fall could be described as negative. He completed 41 percent of his passes, threw eight interceptions to just four touchdowns for 120 yards a game. (Chapel Hill News)


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