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Tar Heel offense can't find its rhythm


Bryn Renner’s screen passes continued to net little yardage, tight end Jack Tabb dropped a pair of balls thrown his way, and the timid UNC offense mustered just 35 yards in the game’s first 15 minutes. “(The short passes were) part of the game plan,” coach Larry Fedora said. “We wanted to give our offensive line a chance and get the ball out quick.” (Daily Tar Heel)


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