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UNC Football Coordinator Report: Open Week Focus, Self-Evaluation, Youth Development


UNC offensive coordinator Phil Longo discussed the development of freshmen receivers , , , and with a focus on the challenges of gauging growth without snaps, getting the ball to receivers not named , the benefits of the open week, and how he can improve the Tar Heels' play calling. (Inside Carolina)

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UNC Football Coordinator Report: Open Week Focus, Self-Evaluation, Youth Development


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