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Myles Dorn Delivers

In an otherwise stormy day for UNC, sophomore safety Myles Dorn provided some positive plays in his team’s 33-10 loss to No. 21 Notre Dame. While the loss will be quickly put into the rear view mirror by the Tar Heels, it won’t be a day that Dorn will forget quickly. In the second quarter, the Charlotte, N.C. native picked off the first pass of his college career. (Inside Carolina)

Myles Dorn Growing In Starting Role

North Carolina sophomore safety Myles Dorn made a career-high 11 tackles against Duke and forced a fumble against Old Dominion. Then came Saturday's home game against No. 21 Notre Dame. And although the Tar Heels lost 33-10, Dorn led a defense that played well in stretches, registering nine tackles, two interceptions, a pass breakup and a quarterback hurry. (GoHeels.com)

Another ugly loss leaves Tar Heels searching for answers

Larry Fedora’s postgame press conference lasted a shade over three minutes Saturday, by far his shortest of the season. At this point, there’s not much left for him to say. His UNC football team had just suffered its fifth loss in six games, 33-10 at Kenan Stadium to a Notre Dame team led by a backup quarterback, while mustering only a single touchdown. (North State Journal)

The downpour continues for UNC in 33-10 loss to Notre Dame

For the North Carolina football program, the season-long downpour continued as Notre Dame jumped out to an early lead and never looked back in a 33-10 victory over Tar Heels. Losers of three straight, there’s little hope the skies will clear any time soon for Carolina. “I know I come in here every week and it sounds like the same thing over and over,” Coach Larry Fedora said. (Greensboro News & Record)

Video: UNC Players Post-Notre Dame Locker Room Interviews

Several North Carolina players met with the media following the Tar Heels' 33-10 loss to No. 21 Notre Dame on Saturday at Kenan Stadium. Here is what Cole Holcomb, Anthony Ratliff-Williams, Cam Dillard, Chazz Surratt, Dajaun Drennon, M.J. Stewart, and Myles Dorn had to say as the team fell to 1-5 overall. (Tar Heel Illustrated)

Larry Fedora Post-Notre Dame Quotes

Larry Fedora: “I want to start by giving credit to a well-coached Notre Dame team. I know I come in here every week and it sounds like the same thing over and over. The energy level of our guys, the way they’re practicing… they’re giving it everything they’ve got. It comes down to me as head coach putting them in position to be successful. I haven’t found a way to make that happen yet." (Inside Carolina)

Video: Larry Fedora Post-Notre Dame Press Conference

North Carolina football coach Larry Fedora speaks with the media following the Tar Heels' 33-10 loss to Notre Dame on Saturday in Chapel Hill. View Video...

Turner's Take: Tenuous

Lately there’s one word that comes to mind when describing a lead in a Tar Heel football game: tenuous. Slight, weak, insubstantial, flimsy. Tenuous. That’s how it feels, because lately Carolina football hasn’t shown us that they can sustain a lead, that they can be trusted to run the score up or run the clock out, to finish what they’ve started. (Argyle Report)

Video: Anthony Ratliff-Williams Skies For Long TD Catch vs. Notre Dame

North Carolina wide receiver Anthony Ratliff-Williams provides a spark to the Tar Heels' offense Saturday against Notre Dame. Late in the first half, Ratliff-Williams skied in the end zone and hauled in a 25-yard touchdown pass from Chazz Surratt to put the Tar Heels on the board. View Video...

Lucas: Rapid Reactions - UNC vs. Notre Dame

UNC was too sloppy with the ball to win a game against a superior team. The Tar Heels threw away an interception and lost a pair of fumbles. Chazz Surratt was the team's leading rusher—usually not a good sign—and was 19-for-42 passing. "We're continuing to make too many mistakes," Larry Fedora said. "I've got to do a better job of putting guys in position to be successful." (GoHeels.com)

No. 21 Notre Dame beats North Carolina 33-10 for 5-1 start

Josh Adams ran for 118 yards, including a 73-yard touchdown, and No. 21 Notre Dame beat North Carolina 33-10 on Saturday. Deon McIntosh added 124 yards rushing and two scores for the Fighting Irish (5-1), who played without starting quarterback Brandon Wimbush due to a right foot injury. The Tar Heels host Virginia in an ACC division game on Oct. 14. (Associated Press)

Box Score: Notre Dame 33, North Carolina 10

View the complete box score from North Carolina's 33-10 loss to Notre Dame on Saturday in Chapel Hill. (View Box Score)

The Heels vs. The Irish: A dominating past

On Saturday, October 7, 2017, a very special event will take place in UNC’s Kenan Memorial Stadium. The Tar Heels will meet the Fighting Irish of Notre Dame. The game will mark the seventh meeting between the two in Kenan and the twentieth meeting overall. While the Irish have dominated the series, a Carolina–Notre Dame game will always be something special. (A View to Hugh)

Video: UNC-Notre Dame Pre-Game Motivational

As North Carolina prepares to take on Notre Dame in Chapel Hill on Saturday, get ready for the game by watching the same motivational video viewed by the Tar Heel players before taking the field at Kenan Stadium. Read More...

Report: QB Ian Book expected to start for Notre Dame vs. UNC

According to multiple sources, quarterback Ian Book will be the starter when the Fighting Irish take on the Tar Heels in Chapel Hill at 3:30 pm ET. Quarterback Brandon Wimbush was seen Sunday on crutches and in a boot. Despite having the boot off his foot early this week, we continue to hear that he'll only be used in an emergency role or if a change is needed. (247 Sports)

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Schedule at a Glance
Last Game:
North Carolina: 14
Virginia: 20
Sat, Oct 14 Box Score

Upcoming Games:
UNC @ Virginia Tech
Sat, Oct 21 3:30 ET ESPN2 Tickets

UNC vs. Miami
Sat, Oct 28 12:00 ET ABC/ESPN/2 Tickets

UNC @ Pittsburgh
Thu, Nov 9 7:30 ET ESPN Tickets

Full Football Schedule

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ACC Football Scoreboard
Louisville0
at Florida State0
Saturday 12:00 PM

Pittsburgh0
at Duke0
Saturday 12:20 PM

Boston College0
at Virginia0
Saturday 12:30 PM

Syracuse0
at #7 Miami0
Saturday 3:30 PM

North Carolina0
at #14 Virginia Tech0
Saturday 3:30 PM

Wake Forest0
at Georgia Tech0
Saturday 7:30 PM

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ACC Football Standings
Coastal DivisionACCOverall
(8) Miami3-05-0
Virginia2-05-1
Georgia Tech2-13-2
(14) Virginia Tech1-15-1
Duke1-34-3
Pittsburgh0-32-5
North Carolina0-41-6

Atlantic DivisionACCOverall
(16) NC State4-06-1
(7) Clemson4-16-1
Syracuse2-14-3
Florida State2-22-3
Wake Forest1-24-2
Louisville1-34-3
Boston College1-33-4


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