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Talented Tar Heels turn tables on Gamecocks

Saturday, June 08, 2013

North Carolina executed like a team that carries an eye-opening 56-9 record into Sunday’s Game 2. South Carolina did not. “When they’ve got a good team, mistakes are magnified, offensively and defensively if you don’t capitalize on opportunities,” South Carolina coach Chad Holbrook said. “Both offensively and defensively, we didn’t capitalize.” (The State)

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