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Three Things: Louisville 39, Carolina 34


That was nearly the most stunning comeback in Tar Heel football history. Carolina trailed 36-7 at halftime in a 30-minute performance that Larry Fedora described as “about as bad as we can play.” Then, somehow, Fedora managed to muster his team for a final 30 minutes that saw the Heels outscore Louisville 27-3 and come within four yards of the miracle finish. (Tar Heel Monthly)


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