Brian Greene's route to Duke's practice field is marked with Carolina-blue spray paint. Last year, the Tar Heels won 40-17 at Wallace Wade Stadium and celebrated by spray-painting the Victory Bell on their sidelines. Some of the paint remains on the track.
Devils aim to gloss over losses to UNC
Raleigh News & Observer
Greene admitted that the Blue Devils hadn't done a lot to gain UNC's respect. While the Tar Heels (4-5) need to win their final two games to become bowl eligible, Saturday's game will be the last for the Blue Devils (1-9).
Sting of Heels' last win still with Devils
"I don't think they respect us," Greene, a senior safety, said.
Greene based his judgment on UNC's celebration last season in Wallace Wade Stadium after a 40-17 victory, and how the Tar Heels reacted in 2002 to a close win in Durham.
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