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UNC-Old Dominion game cut short after Tar Heels score 80 points in three quarters


The college football season has seen plenty of lopsided scorelines, but North Carolina raised the bar Saturday. The Tar Heels bludgeoned visiting Old Dominion at Kenan Stadium, scoring four touchdowns in both the second and third quarters to jump to a 80-20 lead entering the fourth quarter. North Carolina intentionally did not score in the fourth quarter despite earning a first and goal. (USA Today)

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