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Desperate UNC one of few remaining hurdles for Miami


On paper, this is a bad matchup for UNC. But if we know one thing about the UNC-Miami series the last few years, it's to expect the unexpected. The two schools went nearly four decades without meeting until 2004, when a No. 4 Miami team came into Kenan Stadium with a 6-0 record and lost 31-28 on a last-second field goal by Conner Barth. That game also marks the last time UNC has beaten a top-ten team. (Fox Sports Carolinas)


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