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Observations Ken Tysiac

It didn't take long to establish that North Carolina has little confidence in quarterback Joe Dailey's downfield throwing ability as he threw two interceptions. For the most part, Dailey threw safe "out" patterns, but he did complete 15 of his first 16 second-half passes as the Tar Heels tried to rally late. Backup Cameron Sexton never got off the bench. (Charlotte Observer)


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