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Wednesday December 7th

Hamsini Sivakumar


UNC football working through adjustments, looking ahead to road test at Virginia

Entering the new month, the Tar Heels face challenges beyond just the added pressure of being a top-20 team. In the team's 42-24 win over Pitt last Saturday, three starting players — graduate jack Noah Taylor, junior defensive end Desmond Evans and sophomore running back Caleb Hood — suffered season-ending injuries that will force the team to close out the year with a new lineup.

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UNC sophomore running back, Elijah Green (21), celebrates his second touchdown of the night in Wallace Wade Stadium on Oct. 15, 2022, in UNC’s faceoff against Duke. UNC won 38-35.

UNC football needs to focus on consistency to close out last five games of regular season

This week, the Tar Heels achieved a new season milestone – a No. 21 ranking in the Associated Press poll. But junior linebacker Cedric Gray and the rest of the team don’t put much stock in the rankings. The team will need to focus on “persistence, consistence, dedication, perseverance and control” to succeed as the regular season comes to a close.

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