Scout.com: Bridging the Offensive Gaps
CHAPEL HILL, N.C. – North Carolina only needed two quarters – the first and fourth – to score its most points (43) against N.C. State in 16 years last Saturday. The Tar Heels failed to score in the other two quarters, highlighting both the explosiveness and inconsistency attached to this first-year spread offense.
There’s no doubting the effectiveness of UNC’s no-huddle spread look. The Tar Heels are averaging 39.4 points (17th nationally) and 487.8 yards (16th) per game, while standing as one of only eight FBS programs to average over 200 rush
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