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UNC aims to keep Victory Bell with win over Duke


North Carolina added one more piece of motivation to workouts this week. After every period of every practice, someone rings the Victory Bell. The bell, which goes to the winner of the Duke-UNC football game, has been in the Tar Heels’ possession for 21 of the past 22 years. UNC wants to make sure it stays that way when the teams meet at Duke on Saturday. (Durham Herald-Sun)

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