UNC Duke: Predictions

Oct 20, 2012; Durham, NC, USA; North Carolina Tar Heels running back Giovani Bernard (26) drives past Duke Blue Devils safety Walt Canty (4) during the first half at Wallace Wade Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Mark Dolejs-USA TODAY Sports

Oct 20, 2012; Durham, NC, USA; North Carolina Tar Heels running back Giovani Bernard (26) drives past Duke Blue Devils safety Walt Canty (4) during the first half at Wallace Wade Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Mark Dolejs-USA TODAY Sports


All the build up has commenced, all the talk is over and past. Now its time for UNC Duke- the game, the rivalry and all the passion- to come out. Its almost time for kickoff in Chapel Hill, and to get you ready, here are some predictions for the game from KIH Staff members. Also, readers can tweet @Keepingitheel with their predictions, and the best will be retweeted before kickoff. Let us know on Twitter and in the comments who you think will win and why! Enjoy the game!

Reece Helms- UNC 42 Duke 35
A late TD reception by Eric Ebron seals the game as Carolina reclaims the victory bell.

Dwight Moore- UNC 45 Duke 38
Maybe the biggest football game ever in this rivalry will be a back and forth game possibly going into overtime. I think the Tar Heels get the win because we have little more offensive firepower.

Leonard Meade- UNC 35 Duke 24
Carolina will force Duke to play catch up and the Tar Heels pass rush will be seal the deal!

Simeon Jackson- UNC 17 Duke 14.
Tar Heels put Duke in the hole early and hold them tight rest of game.

John Bauman- UNC 31 Duke 24
North Carolina gets out to an early lead behind the play of Marquise Williams, who has his most complete game of the season against Duke. Kareem Martin brings pressure all game and the Tar Heels hold on for the win.

Topics: FanSided, Football, North Carolina Tar Heels

Want more from Keeping It Heel?  
Subscribe to FanSided Daily for your morning fix. Enter your email and stay in the know.

Comments are closed.

TEAMFeed More Tar Heels news from the Fansided Network

Hot on the Web From golf.com