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Jacobs: Funny How Things Work Out


In keeping with Larry Fedora's vow to accelerate the offensive pace to discomfit opponents, the Heels ranked 11th in time of possession, ahead of only Miami. "I think it showed that we're definitely headed in the right direction," Fedora said of his team's performance across the season. "I think the people understand that the Tar Heels are for real and that we're going to be back." (GoHeels.com)

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