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Heels not surprised at success

Tuesday, October 04, 2005

North Carolina's football team isn't half bad. All things considered, that's pretty darn good. Shocked to life two weeks ago with a win over rival N.C. State, the Tar Heels now are fully revived at 2-2 after beating Utah 31-17 on Saturday. If you ask them, it's no big surprise. “We've got athletes just like everybody else has,” junior wide receiver Mike Mason, a Rocky Mount native, said. “We can play with anybody.” (Rocky Mount Telegram)

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