Last try for win at home
The Raleigh News and Observer
"The Tar Heels are the only team in the Atlantic Coast Conference yet to win at home and head into today's game against Clemson trying to avoid their first winless season in Kenan Stadium in 50 years."
Clemson hopes UNC flops in Kenan
The Asheville Citizen Times
"Clemson (5-4, 3-3) will find out today if it needs another career performance from its redshirt freshman to beat North Carolina (2-7, 0-5) in an Atlantic Coast Conference game. The Tigers will become bowl eligible with a win."
Tigers may run UNC into ground
"Most of North Carolina's football players want to win the season's last home game for the seniors. The seniors want to win it for the fans. None of them want to be relegated to a position of notoriety in the school's record book."
Carolina tries to avoid record book
The Greensboro News and Record
"Suggesting someone should lose their job is a serious matter, but that's just how bad the defensive play has been at East Carolina and North Carolina this season."
Is defensive switch needed at ECU, UNC?
The Fayetteville Observer
"Clemson can secure at least a .500 finish in the ACC and become bowl eligible with a win. The Tigers have their eyes on the Dec. 23 Tangerine Bowl in Orlando. UNC is out of bowl contention and trying to win at home for the first time this season. The Tar Heels have lost four straight and have scored 64 points in ACC games."
HOW THEY MATCH UP: UNC vs. Clemson
The Durham Herald Sun
"The only flashes of competency UNC has had this season occurred in its passing game. Quarterback C.J. Stephens hasn't quite fostered the relationship with receiver Sam Aiken that Darian Durant had, but Aiken is still available for some hookups."
Tar Heels' Last Chance To Gain Win at Kenan
The Daily Tar Heel