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Wednesday Practice Notes

As they go through the second full week of training camp, more game-type simulations are being added to the practice routine. Today's gave the offense the ball with 3 minutes, 10 seconds left on the clock and a four-point lead. The defense was given two timeouts to work with, and the object was simple--the offense had to melt as much time as possible before punting the football. Both the first-team offense and the second-team offense got a crack at the drill, which was done at thud tempo. (Tar Heel Blue)

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