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ACC Kickoff: Sunday Notebook

At North Carolina, Joe Dailey used the adjective “educated” several times in describing the change in offense under new offensive coordinator John Shoop. Dailey also stated in several different ways that the new offense will strive for balance. He expects there will be open competition at the quarterback spot, and did not rule out the possibility that true freshman Mike Paulus could find himself in that mix. (Inside Carolina)


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