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Sexton gets call at quarterback for Heels


John Bunting decided on Sept. 11, 2001, to change UNC's quarterback rotation, and the move helped a winless team kick-start a five-game winning streak. Five years to the day later, he decided to do the same thing in hopes of generating similar results. Bunting told Dailey and Sexton in their meeting that Sexton would play a significant role in Saturday's game against Furman, and he strengthened his statement Tuesday by naming Sexton the starting quarterback for the game. (Durham Herald-Sun)


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