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Changes Necessary as UNC Football and Mack Brown Enter Offseason


All indications are that Hall of Fame head coach will return for a sixth season at UNC in 2024. What remains is finding answers to legitimate questions about the Tar Heel football program. Brown has elevated UNC back to its winning ways of his first tenure, but late-season collapses three years in a row have dampened offseason enthusiasm. (Inside Carolina)

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Changes Necessary as UNC Football and Mack Brown Enter Offseason


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