Mon Oct 24, 2005
Gone are the days when a porous North Carolina defense would waste touchdown after touchdown by the North Carolina offense. Gone are the days when double-digit deficits regularly would force the offense into a single dimension — force the quarterback to shoulder the load and the tailbacks to accept a complementary role in a come-from-behind attack. Newly arrived are the days when the Tar Heels can win games on defense and defense alone.
(Daily Tar Heel)
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