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Tar Heels looking for offensive consistency

Tuesday, September 20, 2005

Matt Baker wanted to take all the blame. John Bunting didn't want to give it to him. But one thing North Carolina's quarterback and coach can agree on is the state of the team's offense two games into the season. "Too inconsistent," Bunting said after UNC's 14-5 loss to Wisconsin on Saturday night at Kenan Stadium. "That's really the only way to describe it." (Durham Herald-Sun)

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