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South Florida (4-2) at North Carolina (1-4)

Thursday, October 12, 2006

On the defensive side of the ball is where UNC has been simply abused to the tune of 35.4 ppg and 387.0 total ypg. The defense has just been horrendous against the run thus far, allowing 202.6 ypg on the ground and 20 touchdowns. Creating big plays has also been a problem for the Tar Heels, who have just six turnovers (one interception) to their credit. Last weekend, UNC failed to record a single turnover, in addition to allowing Miami 324 total yards in a loss. (Sports Network)

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