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Spring Practice: Picking Up Speed


In the practice's earliest stages, the line of scrimmage belonged to the offense with , but mostly and getting nice yards after contact and by dancing in and out of holes. The offensive line was getting downfield in what was nearly full contact, except contact was to stop before the tackling of a ball carrier. And of course, quarterbacks had a halo of protection from hits. (Inside Carolina)

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