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Amazing Numbers: 3 Weeks Between Football Games & More


After UNC's effort to find a new opponent for this weekend was unsuccessful, the Tar Heels will go three weeks in between football games for the first time since 1952. THI combed over every season in UNC history and came up with the following information on cancellations and the longest periods in between regular-season games for the Tar Heels. (Tar Heel Illustrated)

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Amazing Numbers: 3 Weeks Between Football Games & More


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