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Tar Heels focus on Pack’s running game


One week after allowing 234 yards rushing by Duke, North Carolina will have to stop N.C. State’s running game Saturday without starting nose tackle (12:30 p.m.). The UNC junior appeared to injure his knee midway through the second quarter against the Blue Devils. He wasn’t listed on Thursday’s injury report, but Fedora said on Monday that Jackson will be out two to three weeks. (Durham Herald-Sun)

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