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What To Expect From New-Look Tar Heels In UNC Football's Spring Game Saturday


Those hoping to watch North Carolina football's spring game this year will have to attend it in-person at Kenan Stadium. Saturday's spring game is set to start at 3 p.m. and parking around campus will be free. Leading up to the game, a two-hour fan fest will be hosted at the Bell Tower beginning at 1 p.m. UNC opted to not have its spring game televised. (Inside Carolina)

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What To Expect From New-Look Tar Heels In UNC Football's Spring Game Saturday


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