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Offensive Lineman Donnell Livingston Transferring


, a reserve offensive guard at North Carolina, said Thursday he planned to transfer to a Division I-AA program. "I guess it just didn't work out with playing time," Livingston said. "I just think it will be better if I get a fresh start. One of the major reasons I came here was to play defense," he said. "[The position change] played a role, but not as big a role as playing time in general." (Durham Herald-Sun)

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