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UNC must barricade Louisville’s rush attack


This year’s UNC defense possesses a new swagger to back up its evolving ability. The Tar Heel unit has shown in the team’s first four games that it can create turnovers and put pressure on the quarterback. Nevertheless, most of Louisville’s 169 points this season have come from its 15 rushing touchdowns, meaning the Tar Heels must slow down Bush and Smith if they at least hope to keep this one close. (Daily Tar Heel)

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