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Tribe's Mike Paulus finally gets shot to be the starting QB


' right arm has been his ticket throughout his career. It earned him Gatorade Player of the Year honors in New York state. It got him scholarships to UNC, where he began his college career, and William and Mary, where he transferred in 2010. It has NFL scouts stopping by the Williamsburg campus this summer. Now, it's landed him at the top of a competitive depth chart as the Tribe opens its season Saturday at Virginia. (Virginian-Pilot)

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