Long passes, Newsome ignite UNC’s offense and Carter, Williams run by Virginia Tech


Both North Carolina running backs scored two touchdowns, with running for 214 yards and for 169 yards. They were the first pair of Tar Heels to rush for 100 or more yards in a game since (220 yards) and (100) did it against N.C. State in 2015. Carter’s total was the highest since Hood’s effort that day. (Tar Heel Tribune)

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Long passes, Newsome ignite UNC’s offense and Carter, Williams run by Virginia Tech


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