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Heels won't rest this fall


If Carolina succeeds in football this season, it will more than likely be because of the depth and speed the coaching staff has added to the roster. This is particularly true with the UNC defense. The Tar Heels had a string of seasons leading up to last year in which they finished worse than 100 out of 117 teams in Division I in total defense. (Tar Heel Daily)


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