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  • Panthers WR Brenton Bersin happy with Wofford Terriers' upset of UNC Tar Heels 79-75

    Carolina Panthers wide receiver and Wofford College graduate Brenton Bersin was happy to talk about the Terriers' upset of the North Carolina Tar Heels on Thursday, Dec. 21, 2017. Bersin agrees that it is probably the biggest basketball victory in school history but he was careful not to talk trash to defensive end Julius Peppers, a UNC alum.

Panthers WR Brenton Bersin happy with Wofford Terriers' upset of UNC Tar Heels 79-75

Carolina Panthers wide receiver and Wofford College graduate Brenton Bersin was happy to talk about the Terriers' upset of the North Carolina Tar Heels on Thursday, Dec. 21, 2017. Bersin agrees that it is probably the biggest basketball victory in school history but he was careful not to talk trash to defensive end Julius Peppers, a UNC alum.
Jeff Siner jsiner@charlotteobserver.com