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Chansky’s Notebook: A Game To Remember


The last time Notre Dame visited Chapel Hill? You won’t believe it. The Fighting Irish were last here during the 2008 season, ’ second as the Tar Heel coach and his first of three bowl teams. But if I were to tell you that UNC won the game without injured quarterback T.J Yates, and back-up was the star, would you remember it that way? (Chapelboro.com)

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