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Football Schedule Preview: The Home Stretch

The way UNC's schedule plays out, there is an even split between games North Carolina should win and games they could or will lose which means by the time the Cavaliers roll into Chapel Hill, the Tar Heels could be sitting on 4-4 or maybe even 5-3. If that is the case UNC will need to win the last four games for an 8 or 9 win season with the latter being a place UNC has not been since 1997. (Tar Heel Blog)


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