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Angry Williams runs down victory for Tar Heels


The “chain-moving gang” was true to its name Saturday, spearheaded by its “angry” leader. With the trio of Antonio Williams, Michael Carter and Jordon Brown playing together for the first time, North Carolina’s wielded some dangerous options out of the backfield and held on for a 38-35 victory over Pittsburgh. “I’ve always been angry on the football field,” Williams said. (Triangle Sports Network)

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