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A Year Later, Jay-Jay McCargo Is Refined And Ready


was thrust into battle in the second game of his redshirt season a year ago when starting center went down with an injury versus Louisville. McCargo performed pretty well, as North Carolina racked up points and yards in the three halves he was snapping the ball to Tar Heels’ quarterbacks. But under the surface, McCargo was having problems. (Tar Heel Illustrated)

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