UNC Teammates Aim To Finish What Mack Hollins Started

Larry Fedora and players discuss the void that Mack Hollins leaves behind after his season-ending injury.

CHAPEL HILL, N.C. -- The 2016 Tar Heels reflected the personality and contributions of Mack Hollins. 

"Mack is a prime example of what this program is about," defensive back Donnie Miles said.

Miles and the rest of the UNC locker room spent Monday reflecting on the impact of senior wide receiver Mack Hollins, who suffered a season-ending broken clavicle in Saturday's game against Miami. Hollins walked onto the football squad in 2013 and quickly became a playmaker and leader.

Three years later and a few weeks too short, it's safe to say Hollins has made his mark on the Carolina program. Now his teammates must find a way to finish the season without him.

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