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Heels are stunned by collapse at Louisville

Monday, October 10, 2005

Linebacker Tommy Richardson apologized to the school's students, alumni and fans late Saturday for the team's performance in a 69-14 loss at Louisville. "I just want to say sorry to the fans for losing this game the way we did," Richardson said. "I want them to stick with us throughout the season. It's a hard feeling. I've been on this side of the ball a couple of times now. I look in these guys' eyes, and I know we're much better than this." (Winston-Salem Journal)

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