Why Carolina Will Win

The Tar Heel defense, which figures a mixture of the old (, , ) with the young (, , ) has come into its own as a shut-down unit. It held down Virginia Tech and South Carolina, stood strong against Maryland last week, and even against Wake Forest, only 17 of the Deacons’ 37 points came after sustained drives. (

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