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A Good, Bad, & Ugly Special Report : The 3rd and Inches Play

Monday, October 21, 2013

Without a doubt the most talked-about play of the UNC-Miami game was a play that never counted. With the Tar Heels up 3 points and the ball at mid-field with 5:40 remaining in the fourth quarter, Carolina was flagged for a rule-assisted delay-of-game penalty, making 3rd and inches into 3rd and 5+ yards. Here is a breakdown of what happened on that ill-fated sequence: (Tar Heel Blog)

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