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Tudor: Bernard has shot at ending UNC drought for top ACC award


There’s no way to predict how much, if any, the missed early games will impact Giovani Bernard’s voting support. But if he can continue to perform the way has, Bernard could become the first North Carolina offensive player since Mike Voight in 1976 to be conference player of the year. Defender Lawrence Taylor won in 1980. (Raleigh News & Observer)

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