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Red zone stumps Heels

Wednesday, November 09, 2005

Despite posting two victories in three consecutive games against ranked football teams, North Carolina coach John Bunting is concerned about the Tar Heels offense. North Carolina scored four touchdowns over those three games, and one came on a kickoff return. Bunting wants the Tar Heels to improve their production in the red zone -- inside the opponents' 20-yard line. (Charlotte Observer)

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