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N.C. 'Big Four' schools already going young at QB


After seeing junior transfer Joe Dailey throw six interceptions in those two games, North Carolina promoted Cam Sexton, a redshirt freshman, to start against Furman. Sexton - who made his playing debut in relief of Dailey against Virginia Tech the week before - responded by throwing for 265 yards and two touchdowns, including the go-ahead score in the fourth quarter of a 45-42 win. (Charlotte Observer)


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