Little could end UNC's drought
Sun Apr 27, 2008
Ten football seasons have come and gone in Chapel Hill since North Carolina has been close to having a 1,000-yard rusher. For a school that at one time boasted more 1,000-yard seasons by its backs than even Southern Cal, that’s a significant drought. But as the 2007 season came to a end, the Tar Heels made a change that could return their running game to those glory days.
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