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2006 ACC Preview


There are a whole bunch of ifs for an offense that only averaged 316 yards and 18 points per game. The big question is at quarterback where Nebraska transfer Joe Dailey and redshirt freshman Cam Sexton will bring more mobility to the position. The ground game should be a strength of Ronnie McGill and Barrington Edwards can combine to play a full season. Jesse Holley returns after leading the team in receiving, but there's absolutely no experience from any other receiver to count on right away. (College Football News)


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