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North Carolina takes a "starting over" approach with two week break from games


said Tuesday he can't recall a time in his coaching career that he's ever had this much time off between regular-season games. So the approach they're taking? “What we told our players and coaches is let's just start the season over. Syracuse was a game; it's done. So we're two weeks out from the opener. Let's just go back and restart.” (WRAL Sports Fan)

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