Extra Points: The Resolve of Randy Jordan

The following story appeared in the April 1991 issue of Lee Pace's "Extra Points" newsletter. It is reprinted here on the occasion of 's return to Chapel Hill to join 's staff as running backs coach: "If I break away on a long run and I get to the 50, you can start playing the fight song, `cause it's over," says Jordan. "That's not being cocky. I just have faith in my speed." (Tar Heel Blue)

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