Since their first exhibition against Virginia Tech on Aug. 26, the North Carolina men's soccer team has proclaimed that it is talented enough to be a national success story.
"We all believe; we all have confidence that we can make the final four," defender Danny Jackson said after that game against the Hokies.
And the rest of the nation is starting to believe Jackson & Co. UNC is ranked second in the nation as it heads into the ACC tournament tonight at Wake Forest's Spry Stadium.
The Tar Heels play the winner of last night's Clemson-Wake Forest match at 8 p.m.
UNC (17-2, 5-1 in the ACC) has won 11 straight matches, dating back to a 3-1 loss to Virginia on Sept. 24. The Tar Heels are also the No. 1 seed in this weekend's postseason tourney.