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Chansky’s Notebook: Our Own Sisyphus


Saturday at 3:30, one week after the ill-fated Notre Dame kickoff, the Tar Heels have a chance to get back on a track where they have been reasonably successful. Virginia Tech is beatable and the Tar Heels can resume the chase for ’s "floating goals." If you can’t reach the college football playoff, win the Coastal Division and play for the ACC title. (Chapelboro.com)

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Chansky’s Notebook: Our Own Sisyphus


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