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North Carolina's defense shows signs of improvement


After three miserable seasons, North Carolina's defense is ranked in the middle of the national statistics and appears improved three games into the 2005 season. North Carolina is allowing 21.7 points and 349.7 yards per game heading into Saturday's game against Utah, which had 669 total yards - the most ever allowed by the Tar Heels - in last year's 46-16 win. (Lexington Dispatch)


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