Like LSU, UNT opens with DB questions 

August, 27, 2012
BATON ROUGE -- LSU won't be the only team in Tiger Stadium Saturday with secondary questions.

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Kelly Lambert/US PresswireNorth Texas coach Dan McCarney will bring an inexperienced secondary to Tiger Stadium.
North Texas will have an entirely new secondary when it opens at LSU. And at one cornerback spot, the Eagles moved redshirt freshman Zac Whitfield, a converted running back, to a starting spot after one projected starter, Freddie Warner, was lost to a knee injury in the spring.

Whitfield did not move to defensive back until after spring practice, when he was contending for a starting spot in place of 4,000-yard career rusher Lance Dunbar, now a free agent rookie with the Dallas Cowboys. After Warner suffered a torn ACL in the spring game, Whitfield was moved to defense and won the job.
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