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Bunting more comfortable with QB situation this year


UNC coach John Bunting had hoped a starting quarterback would emerge this spring. Instead, the Tar Heels completed practice April 8 with Joe Dailey and Cameron Sexton listed as co-starters. The deadlock wasn’t a disappointing development for Bunting, who winced every time Matt Baker was knocked to the turf last year because UNC lacked depth at quarterback. Bunting and new offensive coordinator Frank Cignetti said Dailey may have a slight edge over Sexton due to experience. (Fayetteville Observer)

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