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Cavaliers, Tar Heels on opposite ends of emotional spectrum


No. 23 Virginia is coming off its biggest win of the season, a 26-21 victory over Florida State last week that knocked the Seminoles from the ranks of college football's unbeaten. North Carolina last played Oct. 8, giving up the most points in school history in a 69-14 loss at Louisville. The team that best shakes off the extreme emotion of its last game will have an advantage in today's game at Kenan Stadium. The Tar Heels, down after their trip to Papa John's Cardinals Stadium, have bounced back with the help of their time off. (Durham Herald-Sun)


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