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Three straight wins over Virginia and a sweep of the Old Dominion in 2012. Not a bad sales pitch for seven Tar Heel assistant coaches leaving Charlottesville to spend the next two days recruiting from Maryland to Ohio to Charlotte and trying to build a talent base equal to those 1993 linebackers. (GoHeels.com)

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