|Aug. 30||Florida State||Chapel Hill|
|Sept. 6||Syracuse||Chapel Hill|
|Sept. 20||Wisconsin||Madison, Wisc.|
|Sept. 27||NC State||Raleigh, N.C.|
|Oct. 4||Virginia||Chapel Hill|
|Oct. 11||East Carolina||Greenville, N.C.|
|Oct. 18||Arizona State||Chapel Hill|
|Oct. 25||Clemson||Clemson, S.C.|
|Nov. 1||Maryland||College Park, Md.|
|Nov. 8||Wake Forest||Chapel Hill|
|Nov. 15||Georgia Tech||Atlanta, Ga.|
|Nov. 22||Duke||Chapel Hill|
2003 Football Schedule Released
"Obviously, this is a challenging schedule when you consider the number of bowl teams we play in 2003," said head coach John Bunting. "I want to continue to play the nation's top programs because I think that is exciting for our players and our fans. The first two games of the year will be a great challenge and opportunity for our team. Our focus in our offseason workouts and conditioning will be to prepare for Florida State, the defending ACC champion, and a solid Syracuse squad."
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