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UNC pulls away from Syracuse in second half


There were no fans in Kenan Stadium, creating an eerie atmosphere. “There were 25 tickets, and we gave them to our seniors for their families,” said. Still, the environment was far different from a normal game, from chairs scattered up and down the sideline, to the team meeting, which was held on the field instead of in the locker room. (North State Journal)

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UNC pulls away from Syracuse in second half


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