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Two-out rally: UNC stuns South Carolina by coming back from six down


A 6-0 deficit in the sixth inning would qualify as a tough spot for most teams. For North Carolina, it's a comfort zone. The Tar Heels rallied in dramatic fashion for the third consecutive game Friday night, defeating South Carolina 9-6 in Game 1 of the NCAA baseball tournament's super regionals at Boshamer Stadium. UNC scored three runs in the sixth and six more in the seventh -- all with two outs. (Durham Herald-Sun)

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