UNC not afraid of being stung by Yellow Jackets
Tue Sep 6, 2005
Entering last weekend, North Carolina wide receiver Jesse Holley said that he and his teammates would be observing Auburn’s strategy in exposing a Georgia Tech defense that lost six letterwinners. But after witnessing a blitzing Yellow Jacket defense tally four interceptions en route to a 23-14 upset of the No. 16 Tigers, the UNC players learned a lesson in what not to do in their season opener on Saturday.
(Daily Tar Heel)
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