What To Make of UNC's Football Season After ACC Dreams Fizzle Out

The state of North Carolina football presents an interesting dichotomy. An 8-to-10 win season is an above-average campaign for the Tar Heels. The team has seen 10 eight-or-more-win seasons since 1997, and only two with nine or more and one with 10 or more. But on the other hand, UNC’s hot starts the last two seasons have left fans wanting more. (Inside Carolina)

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What To Make of UNC's Football Season After ACC Dreams Fizzle Out

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