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Tudor: UNC offense, Fedora fail to capitalize on Clowney's struggles


On a night when Jadeveon Clowney looked more like the first pick of the fifth round than the first NFL draft pick overall, North Carolina could scare up only 10 points against South Carolina in Thursday’s first major game of the college football season. That failure to generate points and yardage alone was enough turn the opening game of Larry Fedora’s second season at UNC into a ringing failure. (WRAL Sports Fan)

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