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UNC Football Looking to Prove it Belongs in Top Five With Complete Performance at FSU


Heading to Tallahassee this weekend for the program’s first game as a top-five-ranked team since 1997, the UNC football team is hoping to put together a complete performance to show it belongs among the nation’s elite. Despite FSU's struggles, the Seminoles are full of talented players and are expected to have a crowd of 19,000 fans in attendance. (Chapelboro.com)

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UNC Football Looking to Prove it Belongs in Top Five With Complete Performance at FSU


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