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Heels struggling to get offense going

Wednesday, September 21, 2005

There seem to be problems almost everywhere that Coach John Bunting looks right now when he surveys North Carolina's offense. The receivers are dropping passes. The running backs aren't gaining any yardage, and the offensive line is struggling to block. Those problems are responsible for the Tar Heels being 0-2. The problems will be the focus of practice this week for North Carolina's trip to Raleigh on Saturday for its game against N.C. State, which has one of the conference's best defenses. (Winston-Salem Journal)

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