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Notre Dame beats Duke, 28-7Notre Dame beats Duke, 28-7
[Nov. 18, 2007] The Duke football team fell to Notre Dame, 28-7, on Saturday afternoon as 80,795 fans looked on at Notre Dame Stadium. The Blue Devils fall to 1-10 on the year while the Fighting Irish improve to 2-9.
 
UNC-Duke football game time set for 3:30 p.m.UNC-Duke football game time set for 3:30 p.m.
[Nov. 16, 2007] Kickoff time for North Carolina's final home football game on Saturday, Nov. 24, has been set for 3:30 p.m. A decision on whether or not to televise the game will be made by the Atlantic Coast Conference office on Monday, Nov. 19.
 
First round of the 2007 North Carolina high school football playoffs are set to goFirst round of the 2007 North Carolina high school football playoffs are set to go
[Nov. 6, 2007] The North Carolina High School Athletic Association released it's pairings for the first round of the 2007 North Carolina high school football playoffs that start this Friday, November 9. Chatham County has two high school teams in the state football playoffs this year: Pittsboro's Northwood Chargers and the Siler City Jordan-Matthews Jets.
 
North Carolina vs. Maryland postgame quotesNorth Carolina vs. Maryland postgame quotes
[Nov. 4, 2007] North Carolina football coach Butch Davis and Maryland football coach Ralph Friedgen talk to the media after the Maryland at North Carolina football game.
Also: Maryland at Carolina Football Photo Gallery
 
North Carolina vs. Maryland postgame notesNorth Carolina vs. Maryland postgame notes
[Nov. 4, 2007] North Carolina Postgame Notes vs. Maryland, Nov. 3, 2007
Also: Maryland at Carolina Football Photo Gallery
 
Wake Forest football back in AP Top 25
[Oct. 29, 2007] The Wake Forest football team returned to the Associated Press Top 25 on Sunday, Oct. 28, checking in at number 21. The Deacons are 6-2 on the season after Saturday’s 37-10 win over North Carolina. Wake Forest has won six straight games and will play at Virginia on Nov. 3.
 
Jordan-Matthews' Anthony Garner commits to East CarolinaJordan-Matthews' Anthony Garner commits to East Carolina
[Oct. 22, 2007] Jordan-Matthews' Anthony Garner, a 6-foot-2, 295 pound defensive tackle, has verbally committed to play for the East Carolina Pirates in 2008. Garner, a defensive tackle, comes in at 6-foot-2 and 295-pounds.
 
Jon Abbate story to become motion picture
[Oct. 14, 2007] The film screenplay to the highly inspirational sports story - The Jon and Luke Abbate Story - has been written by Rick Bieber, who will direct the independent feature in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. Driven by the tragic and fatal car crash that took the life of his fifteen year old brother Luke, and wearing Luke's number 5 jersey, Jon Abbate helps to lead the Wake Forest Demon Deacons to the most successful season in school history, and an appearance in the Orange Bowl.
 
Atlantic Coast Conference announces ACC Football Players of the Week for October 8
[Oct. 8, 2007] UNC Tar Heels offensive lineman Garrett Reynolds and place kicker Connor Barth are among this week's ACC football players of the week.
 
North Carolina vs Miami postgame notesNorth Carolina vs Miami postgame notes
[Oct. 8, 2007] North Carolina's 33-27 win over Miami was the first for Butch Davis over a Football Bowl Subdivision opponent in Chapel Hill. Davis posted a 51-20 record in six seasons at Miami and is now 53-24 in seven seasons as a college head coach.
Also: Miami at UNC Football Photo Gallery
Also: ACC Football News Aggregator
 
North Carolina vs Miami postgame quotesNorth Carolina vs Miami postgame quotes
[Oct. 8, 2007] Carolina Tar Heels head football coach Butch Davis and select UNC players made some comments during the press conference following the Carolina win over Miami, 33-27.
Also: Miami at UNC Football Photo Gallery
Also: ACC Football News
 
North Carolina's future football schedules
[Oct. 5, 2007] Below is an outline of North Carolina's future football schedules. However, every game and date are subject to change. Please be advised that the ACC, along with its TV partners, does not release the football schedule for that year until late January or the first of February. For example, the 2008 football schedule will not be released until Feb. 1, 2008.
Also: ACC Football News
 
Roof, Boyette & Williams attend Tuesday’s Duke football press conference
[Oct. 3, 2007] Coach Ted Roof, junior running back Re'quan Boyette and junior cornerback Glenn Williams attended Duke’s sixth weekly press conference Tuesday at the Yoh Football Center. The coach and players discussed Saturday’s upcoming game against Wake Forest.
 
Clemson rolls NC State, 42-20Clemson rolls NC State, 42-20
[Sep. 23, 2007] The 15th-ranked Clemson Tigers pounded the NC State Wolfpack 42-20 at Carter-Finley Stadium. Clemson piled up 608 yards in offense in the process. NC State (1-3, 0-2) had only 202 yards in total offense.
Also: Clemson at NC State Football Photo Gallery
 
Navy beats Duke with last second field goal, 46-43Navy beats Duke with last second field goal, 46-43
[Sep. 22, 2007] Despite a 428-yard, four-touchdown passing day from quarterback Thaddeus Lewis, Duke fell at Navy, 46-43, on Saturday afternoon as 31,278 fans looked on at Navy-Marine Corps Stadium in Annapolis, Md. The game-winning points came on a 44-yard field goal by Navy’s Joey Bullen as time expired.

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