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Execution Misfire

Friday, August 30, 2013

James Hurst held up his end of the bargain against Heisman Trophy hopeful Jadeveon Clowney. North Carolina’s offense failed to execute otherwise, however, scoring the second-fewest points ever by a Larry Fedora-coached team. UNC offensive coordinator Blake Anderson will tell you that offense is about execution while defense is more about reacting. (Inside Carolina)

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