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ACC football teams look to fix opening-week miscues for Week 2


knows his team started the season with too many penalties and turnovers. Now the 12th-ranked Tar Heels and the rest of the ACC teams that played last week get the chance to correct mistakes – some from typical opening-game jitters, others tied back to altered offseason training and interrupted routines amid the coronavirus pandemic. (Associated Press)

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