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Heels getting it back together

Sunday, October 02, 2005

With Utah making its farthest trip east in nearly 30 years, UNC sent the Utes home a little saltier, bouncing them from Kenan Stadium with a 31-17 victory in front of 50,000 that wasn't nearly as charged up as the team they came to watch. "That's gonna be a long ... plane ride back to Utah," UNC wide receiver Jesse Holley said. (Rocky Mount Telegram)

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