CHAPEL HILL — If you haven't already, give a read to a story that came out on Sunday about James Hurst, the North Carolina left tackle who has the unenviable task of matching up against Jadeveon Clowney, the South Carolina defensive end, when the teams meet on Aug. 29. Or, maybe, it's an enviable task. After all, many who watch that game will be watching to see what Clowney does. And because of that, they'll be seeing plenty of Hurst, too. Indeed, Hurst has a lot to gain from playing against Clowney, who's seen as a lock to be among the top two or three picks in the 2014 NFL draft...
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