Bunting said Sunday he will likely continue to rotate quarterbacks Dailey and Cam Sexton against the Irish. Meanwhile, he did not know the role of backup tailback Barrington Edwards, who was suspended for the Wake Forest game after breaking a team rule.
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Its depth at tight end erased by injury, the North Carolina football team turned to a secret weapon against Wake Forest on Saturday.
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"Nothing's going to change. The game still goes on," Holley said. "Whether I'm here or he's here, the game was going to go on at 3:30. You can act like you don't want to play, put a terrible performance up, or you can do like we did. We kept preparing for this game."
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