Five questions to ponder before kickoff, October 8

Can Giovani Bernard post fourth straight 100-yard game? North Carolina’s exciting young RB is averaging 109.6 yards per game - tops in the nation among freshmen - and is aiming to become the first Tar Heel to post four straight 100-yard rushing efforts since Ethan Horton in in 1984. He’ll have his work cut out for him today against Louisville defense that ranks 13th nationally against the run. (Wilmington Star News)

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