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Countdown to Kickoff: Game Week Guide

Tuesday, September 06, 2005

The Tar Heels have lost three of their last four season openers and didn't have one of their best performances in the lone victory, a 49-38 win over William and Mary last year. Coming off a training camp described as the best in John Bunting's tenure, better results are expected. "I think we're way ahead of where we've been at the start of past seasons," cornerback Cedrick Holt said. "I would expect us to have more intensity and that to translate to playing faster on the field." (Tar Heel Blue)

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