UNC defender Lotte Wubben-Moy (23) shoots a penalty kick in the final minutes of the soccer game against the Notre Dame Fighting Irish on Sunday, Sept. 29th, 2019 at Dorrance Field. The Tar Heels beat the Fighting Irish 3-0 to advance to a 10-1 record on the season.

UNC women's soccer blanks Boston College, 3-0, to remain atop ACC

The North Carolina women’s soccer team notched a 3-0 win over Boston College (8-5-2, 1-5-1) on Thursday to close out a three-game road stretch. Two early goals by UNC defenders and a perfect defensive sheet improved the Tar Heels to 13-1-1 for the year and 6-0-1 in the ACC.


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UNC running back Javonte Wiliams (25) gains yardage during the football game against Clemson on Saturday, Sept. 28th, 2019 at Kenan Memorial Stadium.

UNC gets back on track with 38-22 win at Georgia Tech

For just the second time since 1997, the North Carolina football team (3-3, 2-1 ACC) defeated Georgia Tech (1-4, 0-2 ACC) on the road on Saturday. The Tar Heel offense impressed, running 97 plays and accumulating 587 total yards en route to a 38-22 victory.

UNC quarterback Sam Howell (7) fakes a handoff to running back Javonte Williams (25) on a late two-point conversion attempt against No.1 Clemson. When the play came up short, UNC lost 21-20 on Saturday, Sept. 28, 2019 in Kenan Memorial Stadium.

Two yards and one play are all that separate UNC football from No. 1 Clemson

“We’re having a different conversation if we’d made it,” Mack Brown said. “You all are talking about me being a genius instead of an idiot. That’s the difference in two points.” In a crushing loss, but shockingly close game, the Tar Heels fell 21-20 to the Clemson Tigers. Two yards were all that stood in the way from this underdog victory of the season — here's where it all went wrong. 

UNC quarterback Sam Howell (7) runs down the field. UNC and No.1 Clemson faced off on Saturday, Sept. 28, 2019 in Kenan Memorial Stadium. UNC fell short of ending Clemson's 19 game winning streak, 21-20.

UNC falls to No. 1 Clemson, 21-20, after failed 2-point conversion

The North Carolina football team (2-3, 1-1 ACC) suffered its third straight loss of the season on Saturday to No. 1 Clemson, 21-20. After an eight-minute, 32-second UNC touchdown drive, the Tar Heels' 2-point conversion attempt – a Sam Howell rollout to the right and subsequent scramble for the end zone – fell short, and the Tigers left Chapel Hill with a win.