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QB talent a little short heading into season


Joe Dailey started 11 games for Nebraska two years ago, but he struggled in the Cornhuskers' West Coast offense, completing just 49.4 percent of his pass attempts. He threw 17 touchdown passes but was intercepted 19 times and was widely blamed for Nebraska's worst season in 43 years. Now at North Carolina, Dailey has a new lease on life, but he might not even win the starting job. He and redshirt freshman Cam Sexton are running neck and neck. (Wilmington Star News)


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