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Injuries, poor start leave UNC football with new goals in 2017


The Tar Heels are 1-5 entering Saturday's game with Virginia. Carolina, still, somehow, could make a bowl, but it is unlikely, and any bowl that would take this Tar Heel team isn't a bowl you'd want to go to anyway. So, what to do now? First, don't get Chazz Surratt hurt. If the Tar Heels are trailing late, there's no reason not to play graduate transfer Brandon Harris at quarterback. (WRAL Sports Fan)

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