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UNC vs. Virginia Tech football first look: Top storylines, players to watch


UNC ranks third in the ACC in rushing yards with 778 despite gaining just 66 yards on the ground against Notre Dame. The Tar Heels will again face a formidable run defense as the Hokies have only allowed 344 rushing yards this season, an average of 86 yards per game. UNC vs. VT will feature the ACC’s top two penalized teams in terms of yardage. (MSN.com)

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UNC vs. Virginia Tech football first look: Top storylines, players to watch


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