North Carolina’s Mack Hollins out for season

The North Carolina Tar Heels will finish out the 2016 college football season without senior wide receiver Mack Hollins. On Monday, the program announced Hollins underwent season-ending surgery on his right clavicle Sunday.

Hollins suffered the injury in North Carolina’s win over Miami last weekend and now his college career comes to an end. However, he will still be close to the Tar Heels team.

“Mack has been an instrumental player in our program,” head coach Larry Fedora said in a statement.

“Over the last three seasons, he has been a key component of our offense at wide receiver and has been one of our most vocal leaders. His contributions on the field will be missed, but he will continue to be involved with the program and help mentor our players.”

Throughout his career, Hollins has hauled in 81 catches for 1,667 receiving yards and 20 touchdowns. The 20 touchdowns rank third all-time in school history.

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