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Quinn, Notre Dame fend off North Carolina 45-26


Brady Quinn passed for four touchdowns and a season-high 346 yards to help No. 11 Notre Dame beat North Carolina 45-26 yesterday. It appeared for a while that the Fighting Irish (8-1) would put the game away early, breaking a 7-7 tie with two touchdowns and a field goal to move ahead 24-7. But the Irish gave up a 90-yard kickoff return by Brandon Tate and a 72-yard touchdown catch by Hakeem Nicks as the Tar Heels kept the game respectable. (Winston-Salem Journal)


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