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Report: UNC recruit says Davis told him no loss of bowls


UNC's most recent football recruit may have peeled the curtain back a bit regarding the Tar Heels' trouble with the NCAA. Upon committing to Carolina, cornerback tells the Fredericksburg (Va) Freelance Star that assured him the NCAA investigation will not affect UNC's bowl eligibility. "He said the players just have to pay back what they received," Scott said. "They said it shouldn't affect future recruits." (WRAL Sports Fan)

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