UNC falls in Top 25 ahead of ACC title game; what are Heels’ bowl projections?

North Carolina and Clemson head into Saturday’s ACC championship game in Charlotte trying to rebound after home losses to rivals that dropped both in the latest AP Top 25 poll. The Tigers (10–2) fell three spots to No. 10 after a 31–30 Saturday upset loss to South Carolina and the Tar Heels (9–3) dropped six spots to No. 24 following a 30–27 double-overtime loss to N.C. State for their second consecutive home defeat.More

Maye’s late magic not enough as UNC loses heartbreaker to Pack

By R.L. Bynum CHAPEL HILL — North Carolina has gone from reaching for the stars to looking mediocre in two weeks, with numerous questions and few answers. Drake Maye still found some magic late, just not enough as N.C. State pulled out a 30–27 double-overtime victory Friday over No. 18 North Carolina. After a pair…More

How to watch, listen to UNC football, basketball on busy week with conflicts

There were groans throughout the Carolina fanbase when everyone realized that the men’s basketball game and the football game on Black Friday would overlap. Fans at home will no doubt use a two-television setup, but it’s frustrating for fans who are at Kenan Stadium to see the No. 18 Tar Heels face N.C. State, knowing that they are missing the top-ranked men’s basketball team’s game.More

Carolina falls in AP Top 25 football poll

By R.L. Bynum North Carolina joined seven other ranked teams to lose Saturday and fall in the AP Top 25 poll, with the Tar Heels fell five spots to No. 18. UNC (9–2, 6–1 ACC) was one of only three in that group to lose at home (also UCLA and Central Florida) and one of…More