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Tar Heels don't make big plays

Monday, September 12, 2005

Judging by the number of first-time starters taking the field for North Carolina in its Saturday contest against Georgia Tech, it might come as no surprise that the Tar Heels showed signs of fatigue, confusion and stagnation at crucial stints in the game. But after his team squandered two chances for victory in the final two minutes, Tar Heel coach John Bunting left no space for excuses and all the room for improvement. (Daily Tar Heel)

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