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Extra Points: Back On The Map


Half a century after the fact, more than 50 players from UNC's 1970-72 bowl teams will convene in Chapel Hill for a reunion that has organized. They'll have a dinner in the Blue Zone on Friday night and be recognized during the Tar Heels' game Saturday night against Pittsburgh. "We put Carolina football back on the map," Bunting says. (GoHeels.com)

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Extra Points: Back On The Map


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