Heels must help Baker
Mon Sep 19, 2005
From the moment foot was first put to ball, football coaches have maintained that teams improve most between the first and second games of the season. Not North Carolina. Not this season. On a sweltering, miserable night in Kenan Stadium on Saturday, UNC's 14-5 loss to Wisconsin looked a lot like its season-opening 27-21 loss at Georgia Tech a week earlier.
(Raleigh News & Observer)
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