Ryan Houston has no regrets heading into his final game


Life has certainly thrown a few curveballs at . But as he suits up today for his final game at UNC against Missouri in the Independence Bowl, the backup tailback has no regrets. "Everything I've been through, on and off the field at Carolina, has been amazing,'' Houston said. "I love this university and I've loved being here. I'm just going to try to enjoy every moment that I have left with my teammates wearing this Carolina blue.'' (Fayetteville Observer)

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