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UNC's sputtering offense needs jumpstart against ECU

The inconsistency of UNC's offense has been almost more maddening for the Tar Heels' players and coaches. In the first half in Atlanta, they put up 263 yards on 35 plays and scored touchdowns on three of five drives. In the second half, they ran up a total of 56 yards, went three-and-out on two of four drives and never reached the end zone. (Fox Sports Carolinas)


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