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Chansky’s Notebook: No Immunity in New College Sports Landscape


Since the UNC Women's Soccer team's 4-3 loss to BYU in the NCAA quarterfinals, 21 Tar Heel players have left the program, reducing a roster of 33 last season to only 18 right now as and his staff are hitting the portal themselves to restock. Hopefully, Carolina’s brand will result in signing better players than those who transferred. (Chapelboro.com)

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Chansky’s Notebook: No Immunity in New College Sports Landscape


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