Brownlow: UNC-Duke Preview - Will the Victory Bell Change Hands?
For North Carolina, beating Miami might have hurt the Tar Heels more than helped them if they aren’t cognizant of needing to play a cleaner game. If Duke is able to channel their frustration and anger over last week’s game the right way, they’re more than capable of winning. But if North Carolina plays relatively mistake-free football and is able to get ahead of Duke early, it could be a long night for Duke. (One Game at at Time
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