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Time for Heels, Pack to win is now

A quarterback switch can focus a team that, at times, has looked much more talented than its record. But it's the kind of zigzag maneuver that will undermine team confidence if it fails. If Bunting yanks Sexton after two games and goes back to Dailey or deeper down the depth chart, he looks like a man pushing every button. (Raleigh News & Observer)


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