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Countdown to Camp: Building Blocks


In the wake of back-to-back seasons of 23 sacks or less and 4.7 yards-per-rush or more, it's almost taken for granted that the Tar Heels will field a capable line. They've lost All-ACC center , lost stalwart tackle , had to piece together five players--any five players--through much of the summer while almost half the depth chart battled injuries. And yet when players and coaches discuss the 2005 strengths and weaknesses, the offensive line never falls into the weakness category. (Tar Heel Blue)

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