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Extra Points: Miami Thrice


All in all, four interceptions lead directly to 17 Tar Heel points (not to mention potential points denied the Hurricanes had they not lost possession), with returning one himself to the end zone and fumbling a second return to , who went the rest of the way for a score. The parade of interceptions was certainly the zenith in the Tar Heels' 33-24 victory in a hyper-kinetic atmosphere in Kenan Stadium. (Tar Heel Blue)

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