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North Carolina Defense Fights Back

The Maryland offense could only manage 3 points and 100 yards of total offense in the second half, including a minus-seven tally in the third quarter. “It was like two different games in the first half and second half,” Larry Fedora said. “I am proud of the way these guys fought back in the second half, came out there and scratched, clawed their way to a victory.” What changed? (Inside Carolina)


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