1. The running game looks sharp: T.J. Logan emerged down the stretch last season for North Carolina, but coach Larry Fedora said the rising sophomore still had much to learn. By the spring game, Logan looked like an established veteran, running for 109 yards and two touchdowns on 15 carries. His backfield counterpart Khris Francis had 88 yards and two scores, too, while early enrollee Elijah Hood had a quiet day in the spring finale, though he managed to impress coaches and teammates throughout the five weeks of practice...
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