CHAPEL HILL, N.C. -- The Tar Heels have learned from mistakes made against the Gamecocks and it showed Saturday against N.C. A&T.
Against South Carolina, UNC didn't force any turnovers. Against A&T, the Tar Heels forced three. Inside Carolina's Greg Barnes said turnovers helped fire up both sides of the ball.
"In the first half on three consecutive possessions, they forced turnovers which led to points and that's why they really were able to build up 36-0 halftime lead and put the game away," Barnes said.
The Tar Heels also made important strides by utilizing Elijah Hood.
"The fact that Larry Fedora put the ball in his hands so many times, he had two one-yard touchdown runs he was not going to be denied, that really sent a message," Fedora said.
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