Site: Kenan Stadium.
TV/radio: There is no regional television coverage. The Tar Heel Sports Network will provide live radio coverage; its flagship station is WCHL 1360 AM.
Records: North Carolina is 5-5 overall, 4-3 in the ACC. Duke is 0-9, 0-6.
Series: North Carolina leads 49-34-4.
Personnel update: Duke -- None reported. North Carolina -- WR Bosley Allen (sprained right ankle) is questionable. OT Justin Barton (left knee) and OT Skip Seagraves (right knee) are out. SS DeFonte Coleman (left shoulder), DT Will Chapman (left knee) and WR Isaiah Robinson (right knee) are out for the season.
Key matchup: Although everyone looks at the 0-9 mark, Duke does have some talent. Duke quarterback D. Bryant is fifth in league in total offense, right behind N.C. State's pass-happy Philip Rivers. Bryant's averaging 225.7 yards a game, and just six of those yards are on the ground. Bryant's supporting cast isn't so good, but tailback Chris Douglas is chipping in 84 yards a game and leads the league in all-purpose yardage.
For Duke to be successful, Bryant's receivers are going to have to pluck the ball out of the sky -- he's 10th in the conference in pass efficiency -- because Douglas is going to have trouble picking up yardage.
Rush defense is supposed to be UNC's speciality, and after two straight subpar performances, the Tar Heels will be looking to make someone pay for their mistakes. By continuing to focus their efforts on the air, the Blue Devils have a better shot at being competitive because they can take advantage of the defense's weakest unit.