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John Bunting could be on thin ice in Chapel Hill this season, and may find that ice crack by midseason. The team does have some winnable early games, including the season-opener against Rutgers and a mid-September clash with Furman at home. November finds UNC traveling to South Bend to battle Notre Dame, Georgia Tech and NC State coming to town and a season-ending trip to Duke. Reaching .500 this year may be a stretch and anything less may result in a coaching change. (Sports Network)

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