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Trimane Goddard anxious for second season with Tar Heels


For Trimane Goddard, Sept. 10 can't get here soon enough. The former Roanoke Redskins' standout, named Mr. Football in Class 1-A after his senior season, is projected to be the starting strong safety for the North Carolina Tar Heels. "I feel like I've been doing good and I'm ready," Goddard said. "I've got some speed and I'll come up and hit you. I've been working hard and I've gotten a lot stronger since last year." (Washington Daily News)

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