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What to watch in the ACC: Week 8

Thursday, October 18, 2012

Can Duke stop Giovani Bernard? The North Carolina running back has been sensational the past two weeks, with 439 yards rushing and two touchdowns combined. Bernard would be leading the league in rushing if he had enough carries to qualify. Duke is hoping for a win against North Carolina for the first time since 2003, a victory that would make the Blue Devils bowl eligible. (ESPN.com)

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