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UNC's Sexton gets ready to play platoon leader


Cam Sexton showed cool and calm in the huddle, tackle Brian Chacos said, and he even led a late scoring drive. But he'll need to read defenses better and control his emotions better to become the long-term answer at quarterback. Sexton knows there's a precedent for success if the Heels stick to the two-man platoon. But he hopes Bunting opts for a different rotation. (Greensboro News & Record)

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