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Mike Paulus proves his worth in Chapel Hill


When entered the game early in the first half, he knew — perhaps better than anyone else —he was out-manned. He had practiced against the Tar Heel defense every day for two years. He knew the Tribe’s wide receivers could not beat the North Carolina secondary for more than 10-15 yards a pop. He knew the College’s offensive line would not hold up versus the Tar Heel defensive line. But he competed. (The Flat Hat)

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