Newspaper calls UNC, South Carolina ‘in-state rivals’

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NEW YORK — Most people probably know that the University of North Carolina and the University of South Carolina are in different states. Apparently not the New York Post.

The Post ran a headline in its Thursday newspaper that referred to the schools as “in-state rivals.”

“So. Carolina will cover against in-state rival UNC,” read the headline, referring to the season-opening game. The story was a betting-tips column called “Pigskin Profit.”

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