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Carolina unleashes heartbreak, frustration

State's seventh-ranked defense allowed drives of 82, 80 and 55 yards in the second half, which garnered the Tar Heels 17 points and the win. "I knew [Carolina] had potential, but you never really know until it actually happens," senior defensive end Manny Lawson said. Despite saying his players fell asleep on the field, a visually upset Amato told the media after the game that the loss was his fault. (Technician)


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