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ACC Football Power Rankings, Sept. 24

6. North Carolina (2-2, 0-1): The UNC defense, which has been a weakness in previous games, rebounded nicely, not giving up a touchdown and allowing just 233 yards in the Tar Heels’ 27-6 win over East Carolina. Running back Gio Bernard (102 total yards, two touchdowns) also looked healthy in his return from injury. Last Week’s Ranking: No. 5; Next Game: Saturday vs Idaho, 3:30 pm (ACC Sports Journal)


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