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Tar Heels drop one to Bulls

Sunday, October 15, 2006

Where North Carolina could do no right, South Florida could do no wrong. The Bulls moved the ball well, quite the opposite of the home squad, and left the Tar Heel State on Saturday with a 37-20 victory over UNC. Offense wasn't the only area USF performed successfully. The Bulls' defense shut down UNC's passing and running games for most of the contest, once again the opposite of coach John Bunting's men. (Rocky Mount Telegram)

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