Tar Heel Game Recaps
It was good, it was bad, and then it was good again.
It wasn’t pretty, but it didn’t have to be.
The Tar Heels led wire to wire.
With Bacot back, UNC was able to finally pick up a road victory.
Carolina continues to be cursed in Charlottesville.
Toughness was on display in Chapel Hill on Saturday.
The Tar Heels muscled up when they needed to for a win.
One step forward, two steps back.
Drake Maye’s impressive performance wasn’t enough in the Heels’ 27-28 loss to Oregon in the Holiday Bowl
Death, taxes, and the Heels losing in the most painful way possible.
Don’t make Bacot mad. You won’t like him when he’s mad.
That’s more like it.
The Tar Heels lost their fourth straight game, but they showed a lot of fight late.
That was straight up not a good time.
Assembly Hall continues to be a house of horrors for the Tar Heels.
It was a miserable Black Friday for UNC athletics.
I hate that I knew the game would end that way.
I’m glad I wasn’t eating yet, because I would’ve sweat all over my turkey watching this game.
We still didn’t get a complete game, but it may have been their best performance of the season so far.
Messed around and found out.
The Tar Heels are a sleepy 3-0 to start the season.
Drake Maye led the Tar Heels to the final Coastal title ever.
The Cougars punched the Heels square in the jaw, but Armando Bacot and Caleb Love got the last laugh.
It wasn’t pretty, but it was a win.
Another game, another second half comeback for the Tar Heels.
The freshman quarterback added to his nascent legend on Homecoming Night in Chapel Hill
The victory bell remains in Chapel Hill.
The Drake Maye era rolls on with great success!
Well, that was ugly.