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Carmichael Comments: Parts Make A Whole


Sometimes in sports, you'll encounter a team that's loaded with talent, yet will struggle to put wins together. You might hear the phrase "talented pieces" to describe such a team. But the "talented whole" just isn't there. On the flip side, what happens when a team is loaded with talent, but clicks as a cohesive unit – with each piece playing its own role? (GoHeels.com)

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Carmichael Comments: Parts Make A Whole


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