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Tar Heels remaining positive


Clemson crushed them on the scoreboard but didn't crush their spirits. That's the message North Carolina's football players and coaches are delivering as they work to improve during the week before their open date. "This is a positive, positive group," senior wide receiver Jesse Holley said. "Myself, my fellow captains, my fellow seniors, the coaching staff, everybody is positive. Negative does nothing for us." (Durham Herald-Sun)


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