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Lucas: Rapid Reactions

Let's get the good news out of the way first: Saturday's loss wasn't a conference game. That's about it for the good news. Penalties continue to be an area of concern for the Tar Heels. And not just run-of-the-mill five-yard procedure penalties, but drive-killing, first-down-giving, major penalties. Carolina had more penalty yards (94) than rushing yards (67) against the Pirates. (GoHeels.com)


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