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The Toll of Trying to Win


For the second time in as many games, North Carolina’s defense at times made a mediocre offense look elite in Thursday’s 34-27 loss to Pittsburgh. There were no glaring breakdowns and few busted coverages. There was an inability to consistently win at the point of attack, whether it be along the line of scrimmage or in coverage. The reason is evident. (Inside Carolina)

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