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What a way to start

The speed, intensity and desire that marked the performance of the defense for Carolina's 2005 team somehow evaporated during the off-season. When the Tar Heels opened their season last Saturday, the defense looked slow, weak and unprepared for a Rutgers offensive line. (Chapel Hill News)


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