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Bull City Meltdown


Remarkably after trailing the entire game UNC had the lead in the final minute, only to watch Duke trudge 87 yards in 14 plays with the game hanging in the balance. Jamison Crowder made the game-winning catch on fourth down with 13 seconds left as Duke held on for a thrilling 33-30 triumph at Wallace Wade Stadium. (Tar Heel Illustrated)


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