Bruce Carter's Athleticism Always Stood Out

Wednesday, June 08, 2011

It started in 2008. North Carolina linebacker Bruce Carter, then a sophomore, blocked three punts in the second quarter of a 38-12 victory over Connecticut. With a tipped punt at Miami in the previous game, he'd gotten his hands on four straight. With each blocked punt and hit, the chorus picked up. The kid was making a name for himself: "Bruuuuuuuce." (Dallas Cowboys)

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