Chansky’s Notebook: Miami Easier To Defend?


It seems like North Carolina caught a tremendous break Monday when D’Eriq King, Miami’s skilled quarterback supposedly recovering from a shoulder injury, was ruled out for the season and will have surgery to repair his wing. The bad news is King’s back-up is even lesser known than understated quarterbacks Jeff Sims of Georgia Tech and FSU’s Jordan Travis. (Chapelboro.com)

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