Letterman's Roundtable

Inside Carolina's weekly 'State of the Heels' discussion with former Tar Heels , and : On Saturday the Tar Heels came out and appeared to play flat the first half. It was homecoming, and it was William & Mary, but were you disappointed that they didn’t come out and play with more intensity from the opening gun? (Inside Carolina)

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