Oct 26, 2013; Chapel Hill, NC, USA; North Carolina Tar Heels defensive lineman Allen Champagne (91) celebrates with fans after their win over the Boston College Eagles at Kenan Memorial Stadium. North Carolina won 34-10. Mandatory Credit: Liz Condo-USA TODAY Sports

North Carolina vs. Virginia: Start Time, TV Info, Live Stream and More

The Oldest Rivalry in the South adds another chapter Saturday afternoon, when the Tar Heels host the Virginia Cavaliers at Kenan Stadium. Neither team boasts a winning record, but the game is still an important ACC matchup for both teams. A win would put UNC right back on track for a bowl game, and a win for UVA would get their program back on the right tracks. Here is some information about tomorrow’s contest.

Game Information
Date: November 9th, 2013
Time: 12:30
Location: Kenan Stadium, Chapel Hill, NC
TV: ACC Network
Live Stream: Watch ESPN
Radio: Tar Heel Sports Network
Teams: Virginia Cavaliers, North Carolina Tar Heels

The game will be the start of the Marquise Williams era of football in Chapel Hill. Williams will take over the starting quarterback position from senior Bryn Renner, who suffered a career-ending injury last week against NC State. Look for an exciting new brand of football to come from both the legs and arms of Marquise Williams this afternoon.

UNC should have no trouble with the Cavs if they play like they have in past weeks. North Carolina is a better team on paper and will go out and prove it on the field in front of the homecoming crowd at Kenan. The only way UNC gets into trouble is if Marquise never settles down and throws a pick or two in the first half.

North Carolina’s talent prevails and the Heels ride a strong performance by the offense, led by Marquise Williams, to a 31-17 victory over the Cavs. TJ Logan leads the team in rushing with over 70 yards and a touchdown, and the UNC defenses three turnovers in a great team performance.

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