UM coach Mark Richt appears concerned as North Carolina drives down the field late in the third quarter and into the fourth quarter. But the Hurricanes eventually stopped the drive on four consecutive downs from the 1-yard line.
UM coach Mark Richt appears concerned as North Carolina drives down the field late in the third quarter and into the fourth quarter. But the Hurricanes eventually stopped the drive on four consecutive downs from the 1-yard line. AL DIAZ adiaz@miamiherald.com
UM coach Mark Richt appears concerned as North Carolina drives down the field late in the third quarter and into the fourth quarter. But the Hurricanes eventually stopped the drive on four consecutive downs from the 1-yard line. AL DIAZ adiaz@miamiherald.com

Miami’s Coastal Division goal in jeopardy after losing to North Carolina

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