CHAPEL HILL, N.C. -- Last Saturday's game seemed to take last season's dual-quarterback system to a new level.
Starting quarterback Marquise Williams was pulled from the Delaware game before halftime, and he didn't return. Although Mitch Trubisky took his place, Williams stressed that it doesn't impact their relationship.
"There's no hard feelings, a lot of people might think we hate each other but if you didn't see I was running down the sidelines on Saturday," Williams said.
"I'm one of those guys who's always about other teammates. I've never been a guy who's all about myself."
Trubisky offered similar thoughts.
"It's been like every other week, we have a great relationship," Trubisky said. "He said good game, I told him good game and we're just working hard for this week."
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