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Drake Maye Named Associated Press ACC Offensive Player Of The Year


UNC quarterback is the unanimous choice as The Associated Press offensive player of the year in the Atlantic Coast Conference. Three other Tar Heels also were named to the All-ACC teams, including wide receiver (1st team offense), linebacker (1st team defense), and cornerback (2nd team defense). (Associated Press)

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Drake Maye Named Associated Press ACC Offensive Player Of The Year


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