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“There were a lot of plays made out there on both sides. We were probably one play short,” head coach John Bunting said following the game. That is a heavy -- but in this case accurate -- burden for one play to bear: North Carolina now (4-5, 3-3) faces long odds to return to a bowl game, while Maryland (5-4, 3-3) kept its postseason hopes alive. Make that one play, and a winning season and a bowl game is in your grasp. Don’t make that one play, and you’re home for the holidays. The Tar Heels didn’t make that play. Maryland did. (Inside Carolina)

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