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Haynes Takes Positives From UNC Loss

Haynes Takes Positives From UNC Loss

The Louisville-North Carolina game on Saturday pitted the school Marquis Haynes was formerly verbally committed to against the program he is currently verbally committed to in a non-conference match-up.

"I felt that Louisville, they're good," Haynes said. "But I felt like North Carolina still wanted it at the end. The way they were down 36-7 at half and the way they came out after, it says a lot about North Carolina." UNC's comeback bid fell short, 39-34, when the Tar Heels' final drive ended four yards short of the end zone with 1:44 remaining on the clock. Since he switched his verbal...

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