Video: Marquise Williams Post-Duke Press Conference
North Carolina quarterback Marquise Williams (24/35, 494 yards, 5 total TDs) talks to the media after his career day in the win against Duke on November 7, 2015.
Video: Larry Fedora Post-Duke Press Conference
North Carolina head coach Larry Fedora addresses the media following the Tar Heels' 66-31 win over Duke in Chapel Hill on November 7, 2015.
Video: Tar Heels Blow Out Duke 66-31 - Game Highlights
The Tar Heels put up 704 yards of total offense in a dominating 66-31 win over Duke on November 7, 2015.
Lucas: Rapid Reactions - Duke
It’s hard to know where to start with the video game numbers posted by Carolina in a 66-31 win over Duke, the rare 66-31 game that wasn’t as close as the score indicated. The 66 points were the most the Tar Heels have ever scored against an ACC opponent. The 704 total yards were the third-most in school history (the record is 721 against Old Dominion in 2013). (GoHeels.com
Marquise Williams, No. 21 Tar Heels dominate rival Blue Devils 66-31
Marquise Williams threw for 404 of his school-record 494 yards by halftime and No. 21 North Carolina put on a dominating show to beat rival Duke 66-31 on Saturday. Williams threw for four touchdowns and ran for another, breaking the school passing mark in the opening minutes of the second half. The senior's performance was the biggest highlight on an afternoon full of them for the Tar Heels. (Associated Press
UNC 66 Duke 31: Game Recap
The Heels used big play after big play to punish Duke for a 38-10 halftime lead on the way to a 66-31 win to keep the Victory Bell and seize command in the Coastal Division. With the win UNC moves to 5-0 in the ACC and 8-1 overall. The Tar Heels need to simply beat Miami next week and have Pitt lose to clinch the Coastal Division. (Tar Heel Blog
Video: Marquise Williams' Career Day vs. Duke
Marquise Williams breaks the UNC record for passing yards in a game (494) while throwing four touchdowns to four different receivers. Williams also rushed for 30 yards and another score in the big win vs. Duke on November 7, 2015.
Video: All 9 UNC Touchdowns vs Duke
The Tar Heels gained 704 yards of total offense and found the endzone nine times in the 66-31 win over Duke on November 7, 2015.
Box Score: North Carolina 66, Duke 31
View the complete box score from North Carolina's dominating 66-31 ACC win over rival Duke Saturday in Chapel Hill. (View Box Score
Video: UNC-Duke Pregame Motivational Video
Get fired up for North Carolina's homecoming game vs crosstown rival Duke with the same pregame motivational video the Tar Heels watched prior to taking the field at Kenan Stadium.
Des Lawrence discusses DBs, direspect
UNC defensive back Des Lawrence on the effect of former DB Brian Walker leaving the team: "He is like our brother. He is always going to a rude boy. He had to do what he had to do but at the end of the day we know that the next man is up and that was our mentality going into the Pitt game. Mike Hughes is young and we have some other guys who can come in and be just as effective." (Carolina Blue
UNC versus Duke on the gridiron
It’s Homecoming at UNC, and this weekend brings the annual showdown against Duke for the Victory Bell. Hugh Morton attended many of these confrontations with camera in hand during his lifetime, starting with his years as a student between 1939 and 1942. (A View to Hugh
Preview & Prediction: #21 UNC vs Duke
In what constitutes a de facto ACC Semifinal game, UNC welcomes Duke to Chapel Hill with both teams looking for the inside track on winning the Coastal Division. On the basis of the bitter rivalry alone, this game carries a certain level of intensity. Now the stakes will include not just the Victory Bell but first place in the Coastal Division. Prediction: UNC 35, Duke 24 (Tar Heel Blog
UNC, Duke bring surprising basketball vibe to meaningful football rivalry game
Duke was picked to finish fourth in the Coastal Division this season by members of the media in July. UNC was picked to finish fifth. And yet, as the neighboring rivals prepare to meet in their annual showdown Saturday at Kenan Stadium, one of them will emerge as the clear-cut frontrunner for the division’s spot in next month’s league championship game. (Wilmington Star News
1948 UNC-William & Mary: A game fit to be tied
Three days after Harry Truman defeated Thomas Dewey for the presidency of the United States, The College of William and Mary’s 1947 Southern Conference champion football team rolled into Chapel Hill on Friday, November 5, 1948 as a twenty-point underdog. They weren’t given much of a chance against the undefeated, nationally third-ranked Tar Heels. (A View to Hugh