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For Heels, no offense means no victory

Sunday, September 18, 2005

Can you say that was a wasted defensive effort by UNC? Well, sure you can. Now can you say that something is seriously wrong with UNC's offense? Well, sure you can. In this day and age of college football, when you hold a team to 14 points and your defense plays a terrific game, you should win. UNC had no excuses for a poor offensive showing. Passes were dropped. Frustration mounted. Punts followed -- so did the second loss against no victories. (Durham Herald-Sun)

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