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Bunting among coaches in rough spot


Bunting was a great NFL linebacker. He is honest. He is straightforward. His kids graduate. But inexplicably, the Tar Heels can’t play defense; giving up over 500 yards in each of the past two weeks to Furman (yes Furman), and Clemson. Bunting’s position after the Clemson loss (52-7) was that every aspect of the UNC football program is on schedule - except for the wins and losses. That’s like me telling my wife that every aspect of our family finances are on schedule, except for the fact that I haven’t made a house payment in five years. (Atlanta Journal-Constitution)


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