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North Carolina Football vs. Minnesota Keys To Game


If you can dominate a game on defense, it makes things so much easier for your offense, and Minnesota does that. They're holding teams to 38 percent in third-down conversions. Opponents are averaging 4.6 yards per play. Those great UNC defenses in 1996 and 1997 weren't much better numbers than that. They're just fundamentally sound. (Inside Carolina)

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North Carolina Football vs. Minnesota Keys To Game


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