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Why some of UNC football’s offense is having to play through pain


North Carolina graduate transfer center and senior offensive tackle are playing through pain. At a recent practice, white athletic tape was around their hands and Dillard’s ankle, remnants of early-season injuries. Spain broke his hand before the start of the season, and Dillard sprained his ankle against Louisville on Sept. 9. (Durham Herald-Sun)

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