RALEIGH - The North Carolina men's cross country team got a taste of the country and a taste of disappointment Saturday at the ACC Championships. The Tar Heels placed fifth in a strong field featuring No. 12 Duke and No. 14 N.C. State. None of the runners felt as much at home as the Wolfpack at N.C. State's University Club Course, which features a scenic view of a pasture full of cattle. However, the Blue Devils (39 points) navigated the unfamiliar course easily and defeated the five-time defending ACC champion Wolfpack (49 points). N.C.