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Joe Dailey's move to receiver pays dividends for UNC


moved to wide receiver without any goals for catches, yardage or touchdowns. All he wanted to do was help his team -- in whatever ways possible. Dailey did that on the field Saturday in North Carolina's 33-27 victory over Miami at Kenan Stadium, filling in for injured teammate . Dailey made his first two catches of the season, turning a pair of third-and-long situations into UNC first downs. (Durham Herald-Sun)

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