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No longer passive, UNC's pass defense is a weapon

Monday, November 11, 2013

When North Carolina entered the locker room last Saturday with a 21-0 halftime lead against Virginia, the Tar Heels knew the Cavaliers would have to start passing in order to catch up. Early in the year, the thought of a team testing UNC’s secondary may have been cause for concern. But the Tar Heels have become much harder to pass against heading into Saturday’s game at Pittsburgh. (Durham Herald-Sun)

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