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Williams: This can't happen to me twice, I can't have another South Carolina (video)

UNC quarterback Marquise Williams says he wanted to put the team on his back in overtime, as he was determined to not let the game slip away on account of his mistakes. (WRAL Sports Fan)

Video: Quinshad Davis' Game-Winning TD vs. Virginia Tech

Quinshad Davis beats his man on the fade route to score the game-winning touchdown for the Tar Heels in overtime. Carolina tops the Hokies, 30-27 and clinches the ACC Coastal Division on November 21, 2015. View Video...

Larry Fedora Post-Virginia Tech Press Conference Quotes & Video

Larry Fedora's opening comments: “I’ve got to give credit to Virginia Tech and the way their guys battled. They played with unbelievable effort. It’s kind of bittersweet because I have such great respect for Frank Beamer and what he’s meant to college football and obviously what he’s meant to Virginia Tech football. I was honored to be on the field with him today. I really was. He’s a tremendous man.” (Inside Carolina)

"It was nuts...I will never forget this day"

In thrilling fashion UNC pulled out the win in overtime to clinch the ACC Coastal Division and move to 10-1 and undefeated in the ACC. "We came out with the win and that's the best feeling ever," Marquise Williams said after the game. "We are 10-1, we are going to the ACC Championship. It's special." Williams detailed the play that Tar Heel fans will remember for a long time. (Carolina Blue)

Tar Heels win in overtime, clinch spot in ACC title game

UNC’s Quinshad Davis caught a 5-yard pass from Marquise Williams in overtime as the No. 12 Tar Heels defeated Virginia Tech 30-27 on Saturday at Lane Stadium to reserve a spot in the ACC championship game. The Tar Heels will meet top-ranked Clemson on Dec. 5 at Charlotte’s Bank of America Stadium after next weekend’s regular-season finale at NC State. (Burlington Times News)

ICTV Postgame: UNC's Celebration After Beating Virginia Tech

North Carolina's No. 1 goal this season was the win the Coastal Division title. And Saturday afternoon against Virginia Tech they did just that. Watch the Tar Heels celebrate the final play and sing the alma mater. (Inside Carolina)

Video: Lawrence Taylor Led UNC To Last ACC Title in 1980

UNC's Lawrence Taylor helped lead the Tar Heels to their last ACC football title in 1980. The Tar Heels will face Clemson in Carolina's first appearance the ACC Football Championship Game. View Video...

Video: UNC Edges Virginia Tech in OT for Coastal Title - Highlights

Quinshad Davis scored the game-winning touchdown in overtime as the Tar Heels topped Virginia Tech 30-27 and clinched the ACC Coastal Division title on November 21, 2015. View Video...

UNC works overtime to spoil Frank Beamer's farewell

A double-digit victory would have been more impressive to the CFP selection committee, but expect the Tar Heels to rise in this week's rankings. Ten consecutive wins should mean something, and UNC has no business being slotted behind five 2-loss teams, including Florida State, which has a loss (Georgia Tech) just as bad or worse than UNC's single setback to South Carolina. (ESPN.com)

Sweet Charlotte! Heels Clinch Coastal Division

It wasn't pretty and it wasn't easy, but the North Carolina Tar Heels are your 2015 Coastal Division champions. UNC choked up a 24-10 fourth quarter lead and Virginia Tech scored first in overtime but Marquise Williams connected with Quinshad Davis on a 5-yard touchdown pass in the Heels' portion of the OT period and Carolina escaped with a 30-27 win. (Tar Heel Blog)

Video: UNC Defense Comes Up with 5 Sacks vs. Virginia Tech

The Tar Heel defense supplied plenty of pressure up front, registering 5 sacks on the day (including 2.5 by Mikey Bart) in the overtime win vs. Virginia Tech on November 21, 2015. View Video...

No. 12 North Carolina spoils Beamer's finale in OT, 30-27

Marquise Williams hit Quinshad Davis with a 5-yard pass in overtime and No. 12 North Carolina spoiled coach Frank Beamer's final home game at Virginia Tech with a 30-27 victory on Saturday. The Tar Heels (10-1, 7-0 ACC, No. 17 CFP) won their 10th in a row and clinched the Coastal Division title, and did so despite blowing a 14-point lead in the final three minutes of regulation. (Associated Press)

Video: UNC Football Pre-Virginia Tech Motivational Video

Watch the same pregame motivational video that the North Carolina football team watched prior to taking the field and winning the ACC Coastal Division title Saturday in Blacksburg. View Video...

Box Score: North Carolina 30, Virginia Tech 27 (OT)

View the complete box score from North Carolina's 30-27 overtime victory against Virginia Tech in Blacksburg that gave the Tar Heels the ACC Coastal Division Championship. (View Box Score)

The handshake: What might've been had Beamer come to Carolina

It was just a handshake. Frank Beamer was on his way out of town. He had slipped into Chapel Hill in November of 2000. The UNC football coaching job was coming open, and Beamer was the hottest candidate in the country. Carolina had tired of the Carl Torbush experiment, and the Tar Heels were going after Beamer and his entire staff. (Greensboro News & Record)

Football Schedule at a Glance
Last Game:
North Carolina: 23
Stanford: 25
Fri, Dec 30 Box Score

Upcoming Games:
UNC vs. Cal
Sat, Sep 2, TBD Tickets

UNC vs. Louisville
Sat, Sep 9, TBD Tickets

UNC @ Old Dominion
Sat, Sep 16, TBD

Full UNC Football Schedule

Radio Affiliates

ACC Football Standings
Coastal DivisionACCOverall
(16) Virginia Tech6-310-4
North Carolina5-38-5
(20) Miami5-39-4
Pittsburgh5-38-5
Georgia Tech4-49-4
Virginia1-72-10
Duke1-74-8

Atlantic DivisionACCOverall
(1) Clemson8-114-1
(21) Louisville7-19-4
(8) Florida State5-310-3
NC State3-57-6
Wake Forest3-57-6
Syracuse2-64-8
Boston College2-67-6

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