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DeCock: Questions, worries cloud Tar Heels’ performance

Sunday, September 09, 2012

Even with Bryn Renner at full strength and Giovani Bernard on the field, North Carolina may not have beaten Wake Forest – too many mistakes, too many penalties, too many busted plays from a team that’s still learning an offense that requires precise execution to operate. And neither of them would ever provide the answer for Campanaro the Tar Heels never had. (Raleigh News & Observer)

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