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Here are the games that entertained us, defined the national title race and gave us classic finishes we won't soon forget.
- UNC hires Dewitt to coach OLBs, special teams
- UNC assistant coach Scott Boone won't return for 2020
- UNC gives Brown 1-year extension through '24
- UNC turning to Kim for FG attempts vs. Duke
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North Carolina has hired Nebraska's Jovan Dewitt as its outside linebackers coach and special teams coordinator.
A team spokesman said there were some philosophical differences with Scott Boone that led to a mutual decision to part ways.
Heisman Trophy winner Joe Burrow led No. 1 LSU to a 42-25 victory over Clemson in the College Football Playoff National Championship.
Freshman Sam Howell threw for 294 yards and three touchdowns in addition to catching a TD pass, and North Carolina blew out Temple 55-13 in the Military Bowl on Friday to cap a satisfying return season for coach Mack Brown.
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