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Question marks punctuate Tar Heels' spring football practice


Due to injuries and inexperience, North Carolina headed into its spring football practices with plenty of questions to be answered. In Monday afternoon's open scrimmage at Kenan Stadium the Tar Heels hoped some of those answers began to come into focus. The Tar Heels scrimmaged for more than an hour in front of a sparse crowd. The session was to be part of a day-long showcase slated for Saturday, but rain pushed it back two days. (Burlington Times News)

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