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After three months of competing primarily in dual meets and focusing on how they can best help the team, North Carolina's wrestlers have embraced a more individualized approach since the end of the regular season. Sure, the Tar Heels still want to see their teammates succeed. But they also know now is the time when all of their hard work will pay off the most. (GoHeels.com)

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