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Defensive Adjustment Pays Off


N.C. State quarterback Mike Glennon only needed three quarters to churn out 509 offensive yards. North Carolina’s defense, however, responded over the final 15 minutes by holding the Wolfpack scoreless and allowing just 25 yards. “Coach was just dialing it up for us and letting us go,” middle linebacker Kevin Reddick said. (Inside Carolina)


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