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Tar Heels' lesson: Convert on opportunities


North Carolina’s offense, which set school records by averaging 40.6 points and 485 yards per game in Larry Fedora’s first season as its coach a year ago, managed just one touchdown and 293 yards as No. 6 South Carolina topped UNC 27-10 at Williams-Brice Stadium. “We’re in year two,” Fedora said. “I wish we were further along, but we’re not.” (Durham Herald-Sun)


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