Here is what UNC is looking on the 2015 football schedule.
|September 3||South Carolina||Charlotte, NC||TBA|
|September 12||NC A&T||Chapel Hill, NC||TBA|
|September 19||Illinois||Chapel Hill, NC||TBA|
|September 26||Delaware||Chapel Hill, NC||TBA|
|October 3||Georgia Tech||Atlanta, GA|
|October 10||BYE WEEK|
|October 17||Wake Forest||Chapel Hill, NC||TBA|
|October 24||Virginia||Chapel Hill, NC||TBA|
|October 29||Pittsburgh||Pittsburgh, PA||TBA|
|November 7||Duke||Chapel Hill, NC||TBA|
|November 14||Miami||Chapel Hill, NC||TBA|
|November 21||Virginia Tech||Blacksburg, VA||TBA|
|November 28||NC State||Raleigh, NC||TBA|
The Tar Heels will open the 2015 on Thursday, September 3rd in Charlotte versus South Carolina. That game is one of two Thursday night tilts with the second being a October 29th match-up at Pittsburgh.
UNC will play seven games at home, one game in Charlotte and four ACC contests on the road including trips to Raleigh. The Tar Heels have two Power 5 non-conference opponents on the schedule plus NC A&T and Delaware making the non-conference slate, especially at home, a little lackluster.
The schedule for all ACC teams can be found here.