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Brownlow: The Triangle Trifecta


If both Duke wins at Virginia Tech and UNC outscores Miami this weekend, they will meet in primetime next Saturday to potentially decide who finishes first in the division. “If we win and Duke wins, I understand that we’re going to be first in the Coastal. That’s something we don’t want to pass on. I know we can’t compete for it, but we definitely want to be the best,” UNC cornerback Jabari Price said. (One Game at at Time)

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