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Play against South Carolina involved a game plan that by design prevented Clowney from easy access to receivers down field and instead utilized screen plays and running options to move the ball, and Renner and Quinshad Davis agreed that the offense still struggled to hit tempo consistently. But in some moments, UNC showed signs of the right game pace and play pattern. (Tar Heel Illustrated)

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