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ACC - The most improved conference?

UNC's best player in the spring was its kicker. That tells you all you need to know about UNC football. The run defense improved as the season came to a close, limiting its opponents to 3.3 yards per carry the final four games. Unfortunately, the Tar Heels lose five of their top six tacklers and seven defensive starters. The offense won't improve much from its 18 points per game with just five returning starters. (ABC2News.com)


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