Grading The Tar Heels' Performance Against Pitt

Special teams were in the spotlight in UNC football’s 41-24 road win at Pitt. There was some good and some bad in that area, but the 17th-ranked Tar Heels passed their first road test of the season with a bounce-back effort on defense and an all-around performance on offense. Here are our grades from the Tar Heels’ first ACC game of the 2023 season. (Fayetteville Observer)

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Grading The Tar Heels' Performance Against Pitt

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