Tre Boston: Often Criticized, Always Confident
Wed Sep 25, 2013
Through his four-year career, UNC safety Tre Boston has been criticized more than any other UNC football player — even more than the quarterbacks — by armchair defensive backs. Part of it is his fault — defensive coordinator Vic Koenning said that Boston has a tendency to do his own thing instead of following the play call, sometimes resulting in big-play touchdowns for opponents.
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