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Handled by Hokies

North Carolina recovered the loose ball and drove it 20 yards for a touchdown just 1:18 into the game. Running back Giovani Bernard scored on a 4-yard rush after making a defender miss in the backfield with a spin move.


Judge dismisses McAdoo lawsuit against UNC, NCAA

Durham Superior Court Judge Orlando Hudson dismissed former North Carolina defensive end Michael McAdoo’s lawsuit against the University and the NCAA Monday, effectively closing another chapter in UNC’s ongoing football woes. But McAdoo might not be ready to stop fighting just yet.


	UNC defensive end Donte Paige-Moss attempts to block NC State quaterback Mike Glennon’s pass in UNC’s 13-0 loss to NC State at Carter-Finley Stadium in Raleigh, NC.

Tar Heel defense shines in shutout

With about five minutes left in Saturday’s game against North Carolina State, North Carolina defensive linemen began dancing to Montell Jordan’s “This is How We Do It” as it blasted over the loud speakers at Carter-Finley Stadium.


	UNC cornerback Tim Scott tackles NC State receiver Tobais Palmer in UNC’s 13-0 loss to NC State at Carter-Finley Stadium in Raleigh, NC.

N.C. State dominates in 13-0 win

N.C. State University dominated North Carolina in a 13-0 win on Saturday to push the Wolfpack’s win-streak against UNC to five games. The Tar Heels struggled to do anything against N.C.


Giovani Bernard closes in on 1,000 yards

Before Johnny White’s selection in the fifth round this year, 11 NFL drafts had passed without a single North Carolina running back receiving a call to the big time. With 35 more yards, Giovani Bernard could help that become a more regular occurrence.


UNC still weeks away from NCAA verdict

Athletic director Dick Baddour, Chancellor Holden Thorp and other representatives from UNC appeared before the NCAA Committee on Infractions in a closed meeting Friday in Indianapolis to discuss the nine major allegations charged against the UNC football program, but it could be several weeks before a verdict is released.