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Heels D atones for 6-6-9


North Carolina forced five turnovers, including four after halftime. The Heels harassed quarterback Brian Johnson and kept the Utes' spread-option offense in check. That and a momentum-altering roughing-the-passer penalty sent the Heels to a 31-17 victory. (Greensboro News & Record)


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