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Are today's ACC QBs on par with the historical greats?


Forty-five years ago, the ACC’s top quarterback was a guy named Paul Miller. He averaged 118 yards total offense per game in 1971. His naked bootleg touchdown after taking the ball away from All-American Don McCauley rivals Duke’s famous shoestring play among memorable moments in the UNC-Duke series. How things have changed. (WRAL Sports Fan)

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