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Tar Heel mantra for D-line in flux: Next man in


First came the expected losses from the defensive line, as and graduated after starting a combined 67 games. Then came some unexpected ones, as senior and redshirt freshman were removed from the team before training camp. And that might not be all — the eligibility of senior tackle , who started all 13 games last season, is in question. (Durham Herald-Sun)

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