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How UNC RB Elijah Green went from fifth on the depth chart to starting for Tar Heels


UNC sophomore running back knew the knock against him when he arrived on campus. And when he recalls hearing a TV broadcaster sum it up to, "He couldn’t catch a cold in Alaska," Green can only chuckle now. There was a time when that was kind of correct. Green played in an I-formation offense in high school and never had to catch the ball. (AOL.com)

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How UNC RB Elijah Green went from fifth on the depth chart to starting for Tar Heels


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