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Extra Points: NFL Roots To Carolina Attack

Thursday, September 21, 2006

No longer is the Tar Heels' run blocking and pass protection playbook built around 1-on-1, man-to-man and trapping blocking principles. It's now a zone-blocking scheme, and pass protection rules are always looking for 4-on-3, 3-on-2 and 2-on-1 mismatches in the Tar Heels' favor. (Tar Heel Blue)

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