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Larry Edwards searches for success

Monday, September 05, 2005

Larry Edwards expected to thrive, to dominate, to become North Carolina’s next elite defensive player. He certainly never expected to find himself buried on the depth chart, an afterthought in a corps of linebackers he envisioned himself leading. But in 2004, after a freshman season in which he’d amassed 89 tackles, good for third on the team, he returned to Chapel Hill out of shape and out of sync and out of the good graces of Coach John Bunting. (Daily Tar Heel)

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