Boston, defense lead UNC past Cincinnati in Belk Bowl


saw Brendon Kay’s pass sail well over its mark and steer course directly toward . He saw the ball deflect off of the North Carolina freshman’s fingertips, and he saw it as a sign from God — a blessing — that the ball suddenly floated toward him. He wrapped his hands around it — the last football he’d touch in a collegiate game — and he didn’t let go of it. (Daily Tar Heel)

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