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Hokies brace for UNC's new, high-speed attack


Larry Fedora, in his first year as the Tar Heels' football coach, is 3-0 at Kenan Stadium, where his team has outscored a trio of badly-overmatched opponents 115-6. And though the Heels have struggled in losing both their road games, Fedora hopes it's the attack that put up a school-record 66 points on Idaho last weekend that shows up for today's 12:30p.m. home-game kickoff against Virginia Tech. (Richmond Times-Dispatch)


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