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No. 10 Miami survives hideous Thursday nighter at UNC, 27-23

Unbeaten Miami is still in the running for an ACC championship after a last-minute win, while the Tar Heels' nightmare season drags on. The Canes have injury and turnover issues to deal with moving forward.

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Fans thinking long-term after Miami-UNC

After a tight game in Chapel Hill, the fan bases are thinking about the future for both the Hurricanes and the Tar Heels.

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No. 10 Miami avoids upset in 27-23 win vs. UNC

The Hurricanes came from behind to knock off the Tar Heels and keep their championship hopes alive.

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UNC fans: 'Fudge'

Tense times in Chapel Hill.

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HELMET DOINK interception by Miami

Look out, Miami linemen: your quarterback is gunning for the back of your head.

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GIF: Eric Ebron makes ridiculous catch

North Carolina's mammoth tight end has been unstoppable against Miami's coverage, and now he's just showing off.

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Upset Alert: UNC leads No. 10 Miami 17-13 at half

After having a field goal blocked and returned for a touchdown on their first drive of the second quarter, the North Carolina Tar Heels have regained the upper hand against the Miami Hurricanes with a pair of long drives and hold a 17-13 lead at halftime. After falling behind 13-7 on the blocked field goal, UNC retook the lead on a 22-yard touchdown pass from Bryn Renner to wide receiver Quinshad Davis.

The Tar Heel offense has looked the best it has all season. Both Renner and Marquise Williams have been effective at quarterback for UNC, with the latter coming in to run out of the "trio" or "diamond" formations made famous by Big 12 schools like Oklahoma State, Oklahoma and West Virginia.

Regardless of who has been in at quarterback for UNC, tight end Eric Ebron has been scorching the Miami secondary all night long with seven catches for 144 yards, including a 71-yard touchdown catch before halftime.

Miami is fighting through a pair of potentially serious injuries to Duke Johnson and Phillip Dorsett, so Hurricanes quarterback Stephen Morris, who already has a pair of interceptions on the night, will have to lead the comeback effort without two of his best offensive weapons.

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Duke Johnson and WR out for Miami

Johnson was off to a fast start before taking a shot to the head that took him out of action.

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Miami at North Carolina NFL Draft watch notes

Thirty-seven NFL scouts will be in attendance checking out a pair of solid quarterback prospects in Stephen Morris and Bryn Renner.

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How to watch Miami-UNC

Here's all the information you need in order to catch the game between Miami and North Carolina on Thursday night.

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UNC unveils 'Zero Dark Thursday' uniforms

It's blackout time in Chapel Hill.

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