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UNC football coach Mack Brown discusses education in the NIL age


North Carolina head football coach discussed the achievements of UNC football in the classroom and on the field, and how college sports needs to adapt to the constantly changing world of name, image and likeness. This past year, the Tar Heels produced a four-year rate of 996, which is the highest rate of any football program in the ACC. (Spectrum News)

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UNC football coach Mack Brown discusses education in the NIL age


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