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Football in April goes into high gear


All apologies to Allen Iverson, but as the Tar Heels and the Wolfpack prepare for their spring games today, the first-year coaching staffs in Chapel Hill and Raleigh are still talking about practice -- specifically, how fast they want to practice. The idea is that practicing at a fast tempo is the best way to simulate the Mach speed at which the game moves on Saturdays, when the adrenaline surge and the roaring crowd make everything faster. (Greensboro News & Record)


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