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Can TJ guide the Heels?


Carolina football coach Butch Davis is holding off on making an official announcement, but unless T.J. Yates suddenly falls on his face or gets hurt, he is most likely going to be the starting quarterback for the Tar Heels when they take the field on Sept. 1 against James Madison at Kenan Stadium at 6 p.m. Yates is 6 feet 3, has a strong arm, is athletic and is gaining confidence by the day. (Tar Heel Daily)

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