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Drake Maye leads UNC to impressive victory over South Carolina without his best receiving targets


Even without his best two receivers, talented sophomore quarterback still found a way. And UNC finally found a way to keep pressure on an opposing quarterback. Showing elusiveness and poise in the Tar Heels' opener, Maye led No. 21 North Carolina to a 31–17 victory Saturday for Coach ’s 100th win as Carolina's head coach. (Tar Heel Tribune)

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Drake Maye leads UNC to impressive victory over South Carolina without his best receiving targets


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