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Tar Heels have uncertainty on both sides

Thursday, June 09, 2005

Plain and simple, the Tar Heels better improve on defense. That's because on offense, they're breaking in a new quarterback in senior Matt Baker, who played the entire second half of the nightmare at Utah a year ago and mopped up against Louisville and Virginia, and a new center, sophomore Ben Lemming, whose résumé includes eight games as a reserve offensive tackle. (Durham Herald-Sun)

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