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UNC got win in spite of defense


The Tar Heels should get one boost in the secondary with the return of safety when they head to Clemson on Saturday. Taylor has been bothered by a sprained ankle, and he played just two snaps against the Paladins. When Taylor returns to the starting lineup, that will send either senior or sophomore back to the bench. (Durham Herald-Sun)

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