UNC Football vs. Western Carolina: Three Things to Watch


There are over 80 sophomores, redshirt freshmen, and true freshmen on UNC's football roster. Outside of a handful of injuries, there are a lot of youngsters that will get some live action on Saturday. This is the factor in which North Carolina is building for beyond the 2020 season. If UNC has the lead in hand, these young players can just go out and play. (Tar Heel Blog)

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UNC Football vs. Western Carolina: Three Things to Watch


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