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Bell tolls on both sides: Takeaways from UNC football’s domination of Duke


North Carolina made winning plays on both sides of the ball while delivering a 38-7 beatdown of rival Duke in ACC football Saturday at Kenan Stadium. The Tar Heels supplied five sacks, as , , , , and got in on the act. UNC entered Saturday with just six sacks on the whole this season. (MSN.com)

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Bell tolls on both sides: Takeaways from UNC football’s domination of Duke


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