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Tar Heels battling consistency problems


So far, the going has been slow for UNC's offense in its first year under coordinator Frank Cignetti. The Tar Heels racked up 446 yards and 45 points in their three-point victory over Division I-AA Furman on Sept. 18, but they have averaged 266 yards and totaled 40 points in their four games against Division I-A opponents. The numbers are even worse in ACC play. (Durham Herald-Sun)


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