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UNC must solve turnover troubles

Wednesday, October 19, 2005

Struggles with turnovers have hindered UNC from developing a successful offense. The team ranks 11th in the ACC in turnover margin — averaging a net loss of nearly one per game. “Right now, we have far too many turnovers,” John Bunting said. “We have got to reduce them, and we have to get a couple for ourselves. That’s something that we’re constantly addressing.” While the Tar Heels have lost three fumbles in 2005, quarterback Matt Baker’s tendency for interceptions has been the primary impetus for UNC losing the turnover battle. (Daily Tar Heel)

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