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ACC Power Rankings: Final edition

3. North Carolina (8-4, 5-3) Bryn Renner, Gio Bernard and company scored a bunch of points and were a nightmare for opposing defenses, making the Tar Heels the third-best team in the conference. UNC could score on special teams, too. But its defense was poor-to-mediocre, and that’s what keeps the distance between Nos. 2 and 3 here the widest gap in the final rankings. (Fox Sports Carolinas)


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