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UNC Pulling Muse In

UNC Pulling Muse In

Lineberger Stadium, home of Belmont (N.C.) South Point, regularly draws a large, passionate crowd for Friday night football games. Last Friday, none of the spectators arrived in the fashion of Larry Fedora, who was on hand to watch Tanner Muse, one of the top 2015 in-state prospects.

"It was actually between plays and a helicopter started coming down on a practice field that's on the other side of the stadium," Muse said. "We were actually on defense at the time. Everybody stopped for a little bit, but the play clock was running. "[Fedora] got down there and we ran a couple of plays. By the time he started watching, they were punting it to me and I took it back for a... Recommended Stories

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