Sam Howell didn’t want a Heisman publicity campaign; he just wants to win

You’ll see no publicity campaign from North Carolina to promote quarterback ’s Heisman candidacy and, make no mistake about it, that is his preference. Howell suggested the reason there will be no “Howell for Heisman” posters or other gimmicks is because that’s what was decided when he discussed the possibility with . (Tar Heel Tribune)

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Sam Howell didn’t want a Heisman publicity campaign; he just wants to win

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