Fri Aug 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.
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