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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. β€œIt was like two different games in the first half and second half,” Larry Fedora said. β€œI 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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