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Carolina's bye week comes at a crucial time


Brian Chacos, a sixth-year senior offensive lineman, says North Carolina never quit during its 52-7 loss at Clemson on Saturday, but Carolina's head coach begged to differ after the Tar Heels returned to practice. "I think it was a scrimmage in the second half," Bunting said. "The kickoff return that was fumbled, … when they knocked it in there (for a touchdown and a 21-0 lead), there was some letdown." The coaching staff has addressed several players who did not give the kind of effort expected, Bunting said. (Tar Heel Daily)


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