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INSIDE THIS ISSUE:
Inside Carolina has taken its Football Preview Issue to a new level this year, with more pages, more interviews, more analysis, more photos and some new special features. This is your summer guide to Tar Heel football, to take you right up to the start of fall practice.
Player Spotlights: Our staff conducted interviews with some of the top returning players for individual feature articles. Included are spotlights on Marvin Austin, Calvin Darity, Greg Little, Hakeem Nicks, Mark Paschal, Deunta Williams and T.J. Yates.
Position Analysis: Another new feature in this issue are two-page spreads dedicated to each position group. They include depth chart analysis from IC's football guru Buck Sanders, insider analysis from former Tar Heel and now well known UNC football analyst Deems May, as well as position-specific insight from Butch Davis and each position coach.
Full Slate: This issue also includes the usual great feature stories you've come to expect from the Inside Carolina Magazine. This month it includes ...
* The Power of Two: Closer look at the key role that will be played by the sophomore class
* The Second Phase: Analyzing the state of Butch Davis' rebuilding project
* Preseason Roundtable: Local experts provide their take on '08
* Carolina Vision: Catching up with Tar Heel legend Don McCauley
* Someone Who Knows: Ebenezer Ekuban offers unique insight into the future of Tar Heel football
* Turning Point: Tar Heel History - 1993 versus Southern Cal
* Game Day: The behind-the-scenes efforts at Kenan Stadium
* And more ...
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