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UNC's Nose Tackle Depth to Be Tested Following Season-Ending Injury To Ray Vohasek


With fifth-year nose tackle out the rest of the season due to injury, UNC will turn to younger defenders to absorb the lost snaps. Junior , who has split time at nose with Vohasek, is likely to be the starter, as he was the last two games in Vohasek's absence. Behind him is , the 6-foot-6, 355-pound 5-star freshman. (Inside Carolina)

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UNC's Nose Tackle Depth to Be Tested Following Season-Ending Injury To Ray Vohasek


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