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Flamin' Four Rivalry Weekend

 

I begin my Flamin Four College Edition with rivalry week. As a college football, I know that rivalry games are the most memorable games of a player’s career and this week bring some of the biggest rivalries in all of sports onto the big screen. 498 more words

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No. 8 Miami Hurricanes Remain Unbeaten, Tops North Carolina 24-19

Aaron Beard

CHAPEL HILL, N.C. (AP) — Malik Rosier threw for a career-high 356 yards with three touchdowns to help eighth-ranked Miami hold off North Carolina 24-19 on Saturday. 280 more words

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Recap: 8th Ranked Miami Hurricanes Hold On For 24-19 Win In Chapel Hill

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CHAPEL HILL (CBSMiami) – The 8th ranked Miami Hurricanes escaped Kenan Stadium with a 24 to 19 win over the North Carolina Tar Heels. 630 more words

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Previewing Duke at. North Carolina- Battle for the Victory Bell

While it may not be basketball season just quite yet, the Duke Blue Devils and North Carolina Tarheels bring their rivalry to the gridiron for the Battle of the Victory Bell. 545 more words

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UNC 2017 College Football Season Preview

The North Carolina Tar Heels finished their 2016 season 8-5, good enough for second in the ACC Coastal. This comes a year after finishing 11-2 and having one of the greatest seasons in UNC football history. 437 more words

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Road to redemption complete. Tar Heels get back on top

By SIMON BRADY

The North Carolina Tar Heels men’s basketball team came into the 2017 campaign with one simple mantra: Redemption. At this time about a year ago, North Carolina suffered one of the more heartbreaking losses imaginable to the Villanova Wildcats 77-74 in the 2016 National Championship. 788 more words

One Shining Moment 2017: North Carolina Tar Heels are Champions

Another college basketball season is in the books. Congrats to the North Carolina Tarheels.

The ball is tipped…

One Shining Moment. pic.twitter.com/zKOtRWEL4a

— Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) April 4, 2017

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