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Turner's Take: Hurt


The Tar Heels were hurting after Thursday’s game, hurt by the outcome of a game into which they poured everything they had. On Friday, they’ll watch the game film, and then attention will turn to Boston College. There are six games to play and goals still within reach. But for now, hurt. “This is what we live for,” Eric Ebron said, “And to leave everything we have on the field and to come up short...it just hurts.” (GoHeels.com)

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