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Cam Sexton to Start for Tar Heels


If you have two players of equal ability, it makes more sense in the long term interest of the program to start the younger player and get him game experience. If Sexton stinks up the joint, then the Heels still have an experienced quarterback waiting in the wings to help with damage control. This move may not pay immediate dividends. But a year or two down the road, the Tar Heels will be in much better shape than if they stuck with Dailey, who's most likely shown all he's capable of producing at the Division I level. (AOL Fanhouse)


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