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Attrition hurts N.C. teams


Seniors and occasionally talk about the team they could have if the class they entered North Carolina with in 2003 had remained intact. Instead of being the Tar Heels' lone experienced wide receiver, Holley said, he would be part of a "pick your poison" trio with and . The front seven on defense would be much stronger with at tackle and at linebacker. (Charlotte Observer)

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