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Tar Heels Make Life-Saving Contribution

Three members of the North Carolina football team – Tommy Bancroft, Kyle Murphy and Nick Weiler ­– helped to save the lives of cancer patients by donating platelets Monday at the UNC Blood Donation Center. The Tar Heels were impressed with how easy and enjoyable the donation process was. “It’s been an awesome experience,” Weiler said. (GoHeels.com)

UNC Pursuing Long Snapper

North Carolina is looking to add a long snapper to its roster prior to the 2014 season. High on the Tar Heel coaching staff’s wish list is Kyle Murphy. “I would be going in as a preferred walk-on and then once I earn my spot as a starting long snapper, they’d put me on scholarship,” Murphy said. “I’m fine with that. I like the concept. It makes me have to work for it.” Prior to the season, UNC put Mack Lloyd on scholarship after he won the starting long snapper job during preseason practice. However, the senior suffered a season-ending knee injury in the Tar Heels’ opener. (Inside Carolina)


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