CHAPEL HILL, N.C. (AP) – Antonio Williams ran for two scores while Nathan Elliott threw for two more to help North Carolina defeat Pittsburgh 38-35 on Saturday in its Atlantic Coast Conference opener.
by: Jerry DiPaola — Tribune-Review 1h
Pitt rallied late, but didn't have enough Saturday in another close loss to North Carolina, 38-35, in Chapel Hill, N.C. The Panthers finally scored a ...
by: Jonathan M. Alexander — The Herald 2h
The UNC Tar Heels played the Pittsburgh Panthers at Kenan Stadium on Saturday, Sept. 22, 2018 in Chapel Hill, NC. Here’s an analysis with the score and stats from the game.
by: @usatoday — USA Today 3h
Antonio Williams ran for a career-high 114 yards and two touchdowns to help North Carolina beat Pittsburgh 38-35 in its Atlantic Coast Conference opener
by: Jerry DiPaola — Tribune-Review 22h
Charlie Partridge might be onto something. Actually, he usually is. Partridge has coached college football for 23 years, including two terms at Pitt. He's been ...
by: Michael Knauff — WRUF 21 Sep
The 2018 NFL season is about to be three weeks old and teams are already starting to separate themselves. Nine teams remain undefeated, with some coming as a surprise. Denver, Kansas City and Minnesota have all yet to lose and are doing so with new faces.
by: Pete Fiutak — USA Today: College Football News 21 Sep
What ten games appear to be the best bets and the best picks against the spread going into the first weekend of Week 4? Here you go. Enjoy. All The Week 4 Fearless Predictions & Game Previews A…
by: Jonathan M. Alexander — Charlotte Observer 21 Sep
UNC Tar Heels vs. Pittsburgh Panthers preview: Ten things to know
by: @usatoday — USA Today 21 Sep
North Carolina opens Atlantic Coast Conference play Saturday against Pittsburgh after having a game canceled due to Hurricane Florence
Penn State-Illinois: Five questions surrounding the Nittany Lions' Big Ten opener tonight | PennLive.com
by: Bob Flounders | email@example.com — Penn Live 21 Sep
The Lions are four-touchdown favorites against Lovie Smith's Fighting Illini.
by: Jerry DiPaola — Tribune-Review 21 Sep
While Hurricane Florence moved last week toward the shores of North Carolina, Larry Fedora's football players packed up and went home. It was Wednesday, normally ...
by: Aaron Beard AP Sports Writer — Beaver County Times 20 Sep
Tar Heel has completed just 50.7 percent of his passes