Complete information for Saturday's game between the North Carolina Tar Heels and Duke Blue Devils.
North Carolina Tar Heels vs. Duke Blue Devils
The Duke Blue Devils (8-2, 4-2 ACC) host the North Carolina Tar Heels on Saturday, with Duke poised to reach the ACC title game for the second-straight season with victories over UNC and Wake Forest. UNC (5-5, 3-3 ACC) needs victories in its final two games to become eligible for a bowl. UNC comes into the contest with the conference's worst defense, and Duke has only turned the ball over nine times all season.
You can follow the game with live stats and play-by-play here.
How to Watch
Details for Saturday's game:
Kickoff: 7:30 p.m. ET
Live stream: The game can be live streamed here.
TV Coverage: ESPNU
11/15: Virginia Tech 17, Duke 16
Virginia Tech scored all 17 of its points off of three Duke turnovers as the Blue Devils missed a chance to inch closer to clinching a division title. Duke kicker Ross Martin missed two field goals, including a 40-yard field goal with 2:26 left that would have given Duke the lead.
11/8: Duke 27, Syracuse 10
Duke's Jamison Crowder returned a punt 52 yards for a touchdown early in the fourth quarter to put the Blue Devils ahead for good. Crowder also caught nine passes for 58 yards in the game, while Anthony Boone threw two touchdowns, both to Issac Blakeney. Duke finished with 98 rushing yards, only the second time this season it failed to rush for more than 100.
11/1: Duke 51, Pittsburgh 48 (2 OT)
Backup quarterback Thomas Sirk rushed twice, both for touchdowns, the last of which was a 5-yard game-winner in double-overtime. Boone went 23-of-31 with three touchdown passes, while six Blue Devil rushers combined for 172 yards on the ground. Crowder led all players with nine receptions for 165 yards and two touchdowns.
10/18: Duke 20, Virginia 13
Duke gained separation in the ACC Coastal despite being out-gained 465-334. Boone and Sirk each threw a touchdown pass, while Crowder finished with eight receptions for 99 yards. The Blue Devils rushed for 155 yards, averaging 5.2 per carry.
11/15: North Carolina 40, Pittsburgh 35
UNC again had a game decided in the final minutes, this time with T.J. Hogan scoring from one yard with 50 seconds remaining to erase an early 14-point deficit. Marquise Williams threw 276 yards and ran for 122 yards. Pittsburgh was led by James Conner, who carried the ball 30 times for 220 yards and scored four touchdowns.
11/1: Miami 47, North Carolina 20
Miami running back Duke Johnson passed the 3,000-yard career rushing mark, and freshman quarterback Brad Kaaya threw for three touchdowns after sitting for most of the second half as Miami rolled to its third straight victory. Johnson ran for 177 yards, including a 90-yard touchdown in the Hurricanes’ 23-point second quarter to give them a comfortable 30-6 halftime lead. The Hurricanes held the Tar Heels to 6 yards rushing.
10/25: Virginia 28, North Carolina 27
Freshman quarterback Mitch Trubisky played one snap in the game, but he made it count by throwing a 16-yard touchdown pass with four minutes left. Trubisky was pressed into action when starter Marquise Williams' helmet came off and he had to leave the field for a play. Cavaliers outgained North Carolina 443-374 and held the ball 15 minutes more than the Tar Heels
10/18: North Carolina 48, Georgia Tech 43
North Carolina running T.J. Logan scored on a 2-yard run with 11 seconds remaining to help the Tar Heels snap a four-game losing streak. The game was optional for the defenses as Tech rolled up 611 yards, including 376 on the ground and North Carolina had 579 yards of total offense. UNC's Marquise Williams threw for 390 yards and four touchdowns and Logan added 75 yards on the ground.