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Heels to battle tough Tigers


North Carolina will hit the road for the first time this season and ask a young quarterback to help deliver a much-needed win amid the hostility and noise of Clemson's Death Valley. Because of ACC expansion, today's game at noon will be the first between UNC and Clemson since 2003. Quarterback Cameron Sexton will make his first start in front of an opposing crowd after making a successful starting debut in Chapel Hill last week in a victory over Furman. (Winston-Salem Journal)

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