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Change is nothing new for Jackson


When UNC senior was moved from defensive end to nose tackle last season, it meant learning a completely new set of responsibilities. At least by then he was used to dealing with change. Entering his fourth year in the program, the St. Petersburg, Fla. native will be playing under his seventh defensive line coach. Each one had a different style and different expectations. (Durham Herald-Sun)

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