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Tar Heels glad to have another task

Thursday, June 13, 2013

As the No. 1 overall seed for the NCAA Tournament, North Carolina’s baseball team has experienced two scintillating elimination games and yet the most intriguing matchup figures to be the next one. “It seems unreal,” left fielder Parks Jordan said Wednesday, slightly more than 24 hours after the Tar Heels secured their sixth trip to the College World Series in an eight-year span. (Burlington Times News)

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