UNC's Third Quarter Eruption Fueled By Trio Of Turnovers
Sun Dec 1, 2019
The Tar Heels’ three forced third-quarter turnovers led to 21 points in under a 10-minute stretch against NC State. For senior safety Myles Dorn
, who registered his second interception of the season in the fourth quarter, giving the defense four turnovers in the game, the third-quarter barrage was something this team can build on going into next season.
(Tar Heel Illustrated
| Myles Dorn
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