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Kicker Ryan Coe Finding His Place With UNC Football


The path took in ending up at North Carolina was about as unconventional as it gets, and a bit unnerving, too. An All-AAC kicker at Cincinnati last season, Coe entered the transfer portal in December with one year of eligibility remaining. He wanted something new and a chance to play on a team that was going to score a lot of points and win games. (Tar Heel Illustrated)

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Kicker Ryan Coe Finding His Place With UNC Football


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