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Players’ mental health tops concerns for Tar Heels coach Brown


With his players beginning on-line studies Monday, North Carolina coach said he’s hopeful for a full season of college football but knows the uncertainties that exist. Separated from his players and assistant coaches, Brown said adjustments come in many forms as he has encouraged his staff to “overcommunicate” with players in the weeks ahead. (Burlington Times-News)

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