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Yates fares well behind center for Heels


Quarterback T.J. Yates took fewer than 24 hours to commit to the Tar Heels when he was a high school senior. Yates, two years later, is still showing signs of doing things rapidly. Yates finished 10-of-15 for 163 yards and three touchdowns Saturday in UNC's spring football contest at Kenan Stadium. Yates' quick progression may put the Tar Heels in a similar predicament as they were last season – deciding on a starting quarterback. (Rocky Mount Telegram)


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