Cade Fortin Recovers From Slow Start, Builds Toward Next Year

Freshman quarterback got his second career start Saturday in North Carolina’s 34-28 loss to NC State, and after a slow start, the Georgia native acquitted himself well. Going into the game, Fortin had played just 49 snaps - eight against ECU, 40 against Virginia Tech and one against Duke. However, Fortin had his best game as a Tar Heel against the Wolfpack. (Tar Heel Illustrated)

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