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UNC's alibi for slow start? The defense rests


After three games, the Tar Heels rank last in the ACC in scoring defense (32.7 points per game), rushing defense (181.7 yards per game) and passing efficiency defense (a 152.0 rating). On Saturday, North Carolina will visit 19th-ranked Clemson, which leads the ACC in scoring at 38 points per game. (Charlotte Observer)


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