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John Bunting has more confidence in offense

At North Carolina, there's good news and bad news heading into the 2005 season. Don't bother asking to hear one or the other first, the answers are identical. The good news: The Tar Heels return nine starters on defense, the most in the Atlantic Coast Conference. The bad news: The Tar Heels return nine starters on defense, albeit one that ranked last in the ACC in total defense - allowing 447 yards per game - and scoring defense - giving up 32 points a game. (Savannah Morning News)


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