Dascenzo: Duke-UNC? Not what it used to be
Wed Nov 16, 2005
The Duke-UNC football rivalry isn't dead, it just seems that way. Heck, the last time this game meant anything was in 1994, a rare year when Duke had a good team and actually could have secured a bid to play in the Cotton Bowl if the Blue Devils could beat the Tar Heels. Fred Goldsmith, in his first season as Duke's coach, watched his team lose 41-40 at Wallace Wade Stadium. It was the first of five straight losses Goldsmith suffered to the Heels.
Share: Facebook | Twitter | Email
Recent Football News:It’s a reset year for UNC football. How far will Larry Fedora’s Heels fall?Thursday July 20, 2017UNC’s Brandon Fritts, Carl Tucker look to help acclimate new QBThursday July 20, 2017Meet The Heels Set For August 5Thursday July 20, 2017Why North Carolina should embrace low preseason rankingThursday July 20, 2017Picking ACC dark horses: The state of North Carolina can shake things up this yearThursday July 20, 2017