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UNC Football Should Be Ready To Roll Whenever It Returns


When North Carolina’s football team returns to Chapel Hill, what kind of shape will the Tar Heels be in and how soon could they dive into practices? Strength and conditioning coach Brian Hess is optimistic. Being smart is the key, which means having the proper conditioning before the players return to avoid injuries that would otherwise be a certainty. (Tar Heel Illustrated)

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