UNC has pieces in place

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Kendall Rogers        
Published: Thursday, January 31, 2013

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North Carolina head coach Mike Fox isn't surprised by much, but he let out a light chuckle when asked about the expectations surrounding his Tar Heels for the 2013 college baseball season.

Fox doesn't necessarily disagree with his team's top billing in the Perfect Game Top 25, among other rankings, but he doesn't view this club, at least right now, quite as flawless as some of the great UNC teams over the past 10 seasons.

"I know we've got three really good starting pitchers back this season," Fox said. "But by the same token, we're also having to replace two very key pieces to our team last year in a closer and catcher. I'm a little surprised. Not to take anything away from our players, but I guess some of this credit goes to the pitching staff that we have back this season."

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