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UNC receivers' grip starting to slip

Wednesday, November 02, 2005

You wouldn't trust North Carolina's wide receivers to hold an infant, your crystal or a carton of eggs anymore. They were supposed to be the best position group on the team and one of the best in the ACC. Before North Carolina met Virginia on Oct. 22, Cavaliers coach Al Groh said Mike Mason's speed, Jarwarski Pollock's shiftiness and Jesse Holley's size made the Tar Heels receivers difficult to contain. Since then, only Holley has been productive. (Charlotte Observer)

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