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Tuesday September 28th

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Wake Forest's redshirt sophomore quarterback Sam Hartman (10) is sacked by UNC's graduate linebacker Chazz Surratt (21) and sophomore defensive lineman Tomari Fox (56) during a game in Kenan Memorial Stadium on Saturday, Nov. 14, 2020. UNC beat Wake Forest 59-53.

Analysis: A look at UNC football's up-and-coming defensive line core for 2021

During Mack Brown’s first season in 2019, defensive coordinator Jay Bateman relied heavily upon veterans on the line due to a lack of depth at the position, but the talent level has risen up-front for the Tar Heels over the past two seasons.  It may take some time for this group to gel together and play up to their full potential, but the pieces are there for defensive line coach Tim Cross to take this group to the next level moving forward.

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Stan Vickers was the first Black student to attend a previously all-white school in Orange County. Vickers was honored by the Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools Board of Education on August 12 60 years after the court case that desegregated local schools.

CHCCS honors Stan Vickers after 60th anniversary of desegregation efforts

The CHCCS Board of Education honored Stan Vickers at a recent school board meeting for his contributions to the original desegregation movements in Orange County 60 years ago.  When Vickers was 10 years old, Vickers’ family filed a lawsuit against the Chapel Hill City Board of Education to gain entry into Carrboro Elementary School where, at the time, only white students were allowed to attend.  "Every child should have a right to a good education," Vickers said at a board meeting last week. "We have come a way, but there’s a long way to go."

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