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Marquise Williams leads UNC to 45-20 rout of No. 25 Duke
Marquise Williams threw for two touchdowns and rushed for two more, and North Carolina beat No. 25 Duke 45-20 on Thursday night. Williams was 18...

Video: Tim Scott "Scoop and Score" vs Duke
North Carolina safety Tim Scott picks up the fumble and returns it to the house after Nazair Jones sacks the Duke quarterback on November 20,...

Tar Heels used to drama, seek bowl
It’s been two years since UNC players have rung the Victory Bell signifying a win over Duke. UNC senior safety Tim Scott said UNC needs...

Motivated Tar Heels Ready For Duke Challenge
The North Carolina football team isn’t lacking motivation for its game against Duke on Thursday. There is a lot riding on this game for the...

Tar Heels putting on the ‘big boy pads’ for Saturday's game against Pittsburgh
In preparation for Pittsburgh running back James Conner, safety Tim Scott and the UNC defense have been thinking a lot about Andre Williams. “At the...

Demoted Syracuse football assistant apologizes for 'frustrated' comments
In the wake of Syracuse 's heavy home defeat to Louisville, Orange coach Scott Shafer shook up his coaching staff, demoting offensive coordinator George McDonald...

Communication is key for beleaguered UNC DBs
Virginia Tech is 90th in the country in passing efficiency and quarterback Michael Brewer has an ACC-high 10 interceptions. Still, North Carolina safety Tim Scott...

UNC at ECU Preview
On Saturday, the UNC defense is prepared to make amends for what senior safety Tim Scott deemed an “embarrassing” performance — ECU’s 55-31 win at...

One Thing to Watch: East Carolina
Most concerning for the Tar Heels is the number of missed tackles in the San Diego State game, an eye-opening 34. The Pirate offense will...

Video: Tim Scott Leads From The Back
UNC senior safety Tim Scott made the switch from cornerback at the end of last season and has helped lead the Tar Heels defense to...

Video: Game Changing Play - Tim Scott's Interception vs. SDSU
Senior safety Tim Scott's interception in the final seconds preserved the come-from-behind win for the Tar Heels against San Diego State...

Extra Points: Whew
Everyone talked about the energy. It was terrific amid the black-and-blue striped sections in Kenan Stadium and a near capacity crowd of 58,000. "Awesome," said...

ACC Power Rankings: Week 2
8: North Carolina Tar Heels; Record: 2-0 overall, 0-0 conference; The Tar Heels struggled against Liberty in Week 1 then barely survived San Diego State...

Second-Half Heels, Again
Mack Hollins caught a 91-yard pass from Marquise Williams. Brian Walker got his second interception of the game in the fourth quarter, setting up the...

UNC holds on to beat San Diego State, 31-27
It wasn’t a classic performance, by any means. After trailing FCS opponent Liberty in the second half of its opener, the 21st-ranked Tar Heels only...

UNC faces frustrating flaws despite win
In addition to Tim Scott, who picked off a pass from San Diego State's Quinn Kaehler with 14 seconds left, Brian Walker was one of...

Big Play Rally
Tim Scott’s game-clinching end zone interception with 14 seconds left was just one of several big plays that allowed No. 21 North Carolina to rally...

Turner's Take: Great Scott
Ah, the last play. Quinn Kaehler tossed off his back foot looking for Lloyd Mills in the corner of the end zone. But Tim Scott...

No. 21 UNC holds on to beat San Diego State, 31-27
Tim Scott's interception in the end zone with 14 seconds left preserved No. 21 North Carolina's 31-27 victory over San Diego State. Marquise Williams threw...

UNC safeties look to improve defense
As the UNC football team walked off the field following Thursday’s practice, safeties Tim Scott and Dominique Green remained side by side as they approached...

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