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Tar Heels finally showing some defensive growth

Thursday, November 14, 2013

North Carolina's defense is showing some signs of growth, just in time for the Tar Heels' late bowl push. The Tar Heels have cut down on their mistakes, forced more turnovers and taken down quarterbacks more often. That improved defensive play has been a factor in North Carolina's three-game win streak heading into Saturday's game at Pittsburgh (WRAL Sports Fan)

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