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Tar Heels' vaunted passing attack has dropped the ball


Nobody in a North Carolina football uniform wants to attach symbolic significance to 's drop of a potential touchdown pass Saturday at Miami. Least of all, Pollock. Just as the Tar Heels' first-half momentum vanished on that play, though, so too have a handful of their veteran receivers seemingly vanished from the passing game. (Greensboro News & Record)

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