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FCS Opponents Place Premium on 7 Wins for UNC

North Carolina’s 2015 football schedule includes two FCS opponents, which could potentially bring recently updated NCAA bowl eligibility requirements into play if the Tar Heels finish the regular season with a 6-6 record for the third consecutive season. UNC hosts MEAC member North Carolina A&T on Sept. 12 and CAA member Delaware on Sept. 26. (Inside Carolina)

Analyzing UNC's 2015 Football Schedule

UNC's farthest road game is at Pittsburgh followed by Atlanta, then Blacksburg. UNC won't leave the state of North Carolina until October 3rd and play every game within a 500 miles radius of Chapel Hill. Unlike the past two seasons, there is just one bye week in 2015. Unfortunately for UNC is comes after the Heels play Georgia Tech instead of before which is ideal when facing the triple-option. (Tar Heel Blog)

Lucas: Rapid Schedule Reactions

The opener against South Carolina is big for all kinds of reasons—a marquee matchup against an SEC opponent, a likely national television appearance, and a chance to make a dent in a series the Gamecocks have controlled lately. But the release of the schedule shows that the impression the Tar Heels make on Sept. 3 in Charlotte is likely to linger for the rest of the month. (GoHeels.com)

UNC 2015 Football Schedule Announced

A season-opening game in Charlotte against South Carolina, seven home games at Kenan Stadium and a Thursday night road game at Pittsburgh highlight the 2015 North Carolina football schedule, announced Thursday by the ACC. Carolina also closes the season against NC State for the second consecutive year and just the fifth time overall. (GoHeels.com)

Video: 2015 UNC Football Schedule Breakdown

Jones Angell and Lee Pace breakdown the 2015 Tar Heel football schedule which features a total of four non-conference games to start the season and seven home games. View Video...

Why the Wake-UNC non-conference series should start a trend (please)

There's no bigger component of college football tradition than a classic rivalry game, which is why when ancient ACC rivals North Carolina and Wake Forest announced Monday they would face each other in a pair of non-conference games outside the ACC schedule in 2019 and 2021, college football fans reacted with universal applause and acclamation. (CBS Sports)

UNC Football Facelift

Larry Fedora’s makeover of Carolina football continues this month after a lackluster 6-7 2014 season. Last Monday, the program officially announced the arrival of Gene Chizik as defensive coordinator. Chizik brings a championship pedigree to Chapel Hill. But even prior to Chizik’s announcement, the Tar Heels added ten January enrollees to the roster - the most in Carolina history. (GoHeels.com)

Position that needs improvement: North Carolina

Every team has issues to address this offseason, and this week, we're taking a look at the most glaring holes for each ACC team and figuring out where they might find answers between now and the season opener. North Carolina position to improve: Secondary. Why it was a problem: UNC had issues all over the defense in 2014, but it was particularly vulnerable to the pass. (ESPN.com)

UNC-Wake agreement might not start a trend but at least puts spotlight on ACC's scheduling problem

Yesterday, Wake Forest and North Carolina, two original ACC members, took an unprecedented step of scheduling a pair of games against each other that will be non-conference contests. The aim, of course, was to cut down the time in between their infrequent matchups as members of opposite divisions in the ACC. (Roanoke Times)

Remembering Mack Brown ahead of National Signing Day

Early in the first half at the Dean Smith Center, the University of North Carolina welcomed Mack Brown back to Chapel Hill, showing him in the crowd on the video board while announcer Tony Gilliam recognized the former coach on the public address system. The ovation that followed was warm. Quite warm. If some fans still harbored any bitterness toward Brown, it was not discernible. (WRAL Sports Fan)

UNC football alum Pat Crowley building program at Winston-Salem high school, ex-UNC players helping

In case anyone was wondering, no, Pat Crowley isn’t just rounding up his best friends with football knowledge and descending on Reynolds with hopes of turning the Demons into a contender. That couldn’t be farther from the truth. (Winston-Salem Journal)

My Carolina Experience: Jason Brown

Former UNC football player Jason Brown’s life has been far from ordinary. He has faced challenges head on and conquered them. Now, he's a man on a mission to help the less fortunate. It all started when he was looking for a school in the early 2000s. “I was looking for the place that had it all – not just athletics but a great combination of academics and social life. Carolina had the best combination of all three." (GoHeels.com)

Video: Mack Brown Visits Chapel Hill

Former Tar Heel football coach Mack Brown visited Chapel Hill and spoke with Jones Angell about the recent hire of defensive coordinator Gene Chizik, the new facilities, and the potential of the program. View Video...

UNC, Wake Forest deserve credit for schedule choice

It is about time ACC teams got creative with their schedules. Because it is an absolute crying shame that two of the oldest rivals in the league are forced to go years between games. So, North Carolina and Wake Forest took matters into their own hands Monday, when the two announced they had scheduled a home-and-home NONconference series. (ESPN.com)

Carolina And Wake Forest Schedule Non-Conference Football Series

ACC members North Carolina and Wake Forest have agreed to a home-and-home non-conference football series in 2019 and 2021. UNC will play in Winston-Salem on September 14, 2019, and will then play host to the Demon Deacons on September 25, 2021. This is the first time two members of a Power Five conference have agreed to play each other in a football series originally scheduled as non-conference games. (GoHeels.com)

Football Schedule at a Glance
Last Game:
North Carolina: 38
Baylor: 49
Tue, Dec 29 Box Score

Upcoming Games:
UNC vs. Georgia
Sat, Sep 3, 5:30 ET ESPN Tickets

UNC @ Illinois
Sat, Sep 10, 7:30 ET BTN Tickets

UNC vs. James Madison
Sat, Sep 17, 3:30 ET RSN Tickets

Full UNC Football Schedule

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ACC Football Scoreboard
Charlotte0
at Louisville0
THU, SEP 1 7:00 PM ET
Tulane0
at Wake Forest0
THU, SEP 1 7:00 PM ET
William & Mary0
at NC State0
THU, SEP 1 7:30 PM ET
Colgate0
at Syracuse0
FRI, SEP 2 7:00 PM ET
Georgia Tech0
at Boston College0
SAT, SEP 3 7:30 AM ET
Liberty0
at Virginia Tech0
SAT, SEP 3 12:30 PM ET
Villanova0
at Pittsburgh0
SAT, SEP 3 1:30 PM ET
Richmond0
at Virginia0
SAT, SEP 3 3:30 PM ET
Georgia0
at North Carolina0
SAT, SEP 3 5:30 PM ET
North Carolina Central0
at Duke0
SAT, SEP 3 6:00 PM ET
Florida A&M0
at Miami0
SAT, SEP 3 6:00 PM ET
Clemson0
at Auburn0
SAT, SEP 3 9:00 PM ET
Ole Miss0
at Florida State0
MON, SEP 5 8:00 PM ET
Live scores provided via data feed and may be delayed by a couple of minutes

ACC Football Standings
Coastal DivisionACCOverall
(22) North Carolina0-00-0
Virginia0-00-0
Duke0-00-0
Virginia Tech0-00-0
Miami0-00-0
Georgia Tech0-00-0
Pittsburgh0-00-0

Atlantic DivisionACCOverall
(2) Clemson0-00-0
(4) Florida State0-00-0
(19) Louisville0-00-0
Syracuse0-00-0
Wake Forest0-00-0
Boston College0-00-0
NC State0-00-0

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