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Carolina can’t recover from first-half struggles, runs out of time at Florida State


North Carolina shut out FSU in the second half but the 24-point hole was too big to overcome. The Tar Heels simply ran out of time to complete what would have been the largest comeback in program history. “I challenged them at halftime and said you are what you’re going to play like the second half as a team for the rest of the year,” Brown said. (Tar Heel Tribune)

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Carolina can’t recover from first-half struggles, runs out of time at Florida State


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