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T.J. Logan’s role reduced in UNC win

Sunday, October 27, 2013

T.J. Logan carried the ball five times and caught two passes in UNC’s 34-10 win Saturday against Boston College. His seven touches were fewer than half what he had against Miami last week. One head-scratching part about it was that Logan was expected to start the game after receiving twice the workload of any other running back against Miami. It was reported earlier this week. It made sense. (Greensboro News & Record)

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