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UNC's two-QB system may not be a snap


Cameron Sexton, considered more of a pocket passer, has impressed the coaches with his arm strength. Joe Dailey, considered more of runner, has impressed with his mobility. Dailey compared the situation to having two running backs -- a power back and a third-down back. "It wouldn't be any different from that really," Dailey said. "Obviously, we'd rather [have one starter], that's what we want to do, but it's not about us. It's about the team." (Raleigh News & Observer)


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