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Turned over: Utes fall behind in a hurry, can't hold off Heels

Sunday, October 02, 2005

In the end, Utah coach Kyle Whittingham said there was simply "too much to overcome." Saturday's 31-17 setback at North Carolina proved to be an uphill battle from the get-go when speedy freshman Brandon Tate returned the opening kickoff 96 yards for a touchdown. Five turnovers (four fumbles and an interception), 12 penalties for 101 yards and the early touchdown combined to doom the Utes (3-2). (Deseret News)

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