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CarolinaвЂ“Duke rivalry - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. North Carolina Tar HeelsвЂ“Duke Blue Devils Men's Basketball Regular Season History. First Meeting. January 2.
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First Result. UNC 3. Duke 2. 5Latest Meeting. March 7, 2. 01. 5Latest Result. Duke 8. 4- UNC 7. Next Meeting. Wednesday, February 1.
Total Number of Meetings. Largest Victory. UNC: 3. Duke: 3. 5 points (1. Current Streak. Duke 3. All- time Series.
UNC leads 1. 33вЂ“1. Men's Basketball Post Season History. Last Meeting. 19. NITLast Result. UNC 7.
Duke 6. 7All- Time Postseason Series. UNC 1- Duke 0. Men's Basketball Conference Success. ACC Regular Season 1st Place Finishes. North Carolina вЂ“ 2.
Duke вЂ“ 1. 9 (2nd)ACC Tournament Championships. Duke вЂ“ 1. 9 (1st)North Carolina вЂ“ 1. Men's Basketball National Success. NCAA Final Fours.
North Carolina вЂ“ 1. Duke вЂ“ 1. 6 (4th all- time)NCAA Tournament Championships. North Carolina вЂ“ 5 (Tied- 3rd all- time)Duke вЂ“ 5 (Tied- 3rd all- time)The Carolina- Duke rivalry refers to the rivalry between the University of North Carolina- Chapel Hill Tar Heels (Carolina) and Duke University Blue Devils (Duke).
The CarolinaвЂ“Duke rivalry is a fierce rivalry, particularly in men's college basketball, between the Duke Blue Devils and North Carolina Tar Heels athletic teams. It is considered one of the most intense rivalries in all of sports: a poll conducted by ESPN in 2. North American sports rivalry, and Sports Illustrated on Campus named it the #1 "Hottest Rivalry" in college basketball and the #2 rivalry overall in its November 1. The intensity of the rivalry is augmented by the proximity of the two universities, located only ten miles apart roughly along U. S. Highway 1. 5вЂ“5.
Tobacco Road) вЂ“ eight miles apart in straight- line distance, and the dissimilar funding structures of the schools, as Carolina is a public university and Duke is a private university. The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is the flagship school of the multi- university UNC system. Duke University is located in Durham, North Carolina.Contents. Men's basketball. History. 1. 2. Memorable games and incidents.
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December 5, 1. 98. North Carolina 7. Duke 7. 61. 2. 6. February 2. 8, 1. Duke 6. 6, #1. 1 North Carolina 6. OT)1. 2. 7. March 3, 1.
North Carolina 9. Duke 8. 3 (2. OT)1. March 1. 0, 1. 98. Duke 7. 7, #1 North Carolina 7.
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Duke 9. 21. 2. 1. January 2. 1, 1. 98. Duke 7. 0, #2 North Carolina 6. March 1. 2, 1. 98.
North Carolina 7. Duke 7. 41. 2. 1. February 5, 1. 99.
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Duke 9. 0, North Carolina 8. OT)1. 2. 1. 7February 4, 2. Duke 8. 3, #1. 7 North Carolina 8. OT)1. 2. 1. 8March 6, 2. North Carolina 7. Duke 7. 31. 2. 1.
March 4, 2. 00. 6: #1. North Carolina 8. Duke 7. 61. 2. 2. March 4, 2. 00. 7: #8 North Carolina 8. Duke 7. 21. 2. 2.
February 8, 2. 01. Duke 8. 5, #5 North Carolina 8. March 7, 2. 01. 5: #3 Duke 8.
North Carolina 7. Series facts. 1. 4.
Results. 2Football. Other sports. 4School newspapers. References. 6Further reading. External links. Men's basketballDuke and Carolina battled it out for the first time on January 2.
The two teams have met at least twice a year since then. The games frequently determine the Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) champion; since the ACC's founding in 1. Duke and Carolina have combined to win or share 4. ACC regular season titles (7.
The final game of the regular season for both schools alternates between Chapel Hill and Durham and has been played in Cameron Indoor Stadium since 1. Dean E. Smith Center since 1. Much like the Alabama- Auburn football rivalry, the CarolinaвЂ“Duke rivalry is all the more intense because the two schools have consistently been among the nation's elite men's basketball teams for most of the last 6. Both schools are also two of the most victorious programs in NCAA men's basketball history; Carolina is #3 on the list of all- time winningest programs in Division I Men's Basketball and Duke is #4. Duke has won five NCAA championships and has appeared in sixteen Final Fours, while North Carolina has also won five NCAA championships and appeared in a record eighteen Final Fours. Additionally, North Carolina was also retroactively awarded a national championship by the Helms Athletic Foundation in 1. Combining for nine national championships over the last 3. Duke and North Carolina have captured 2. Over the past 1. 8 years, one of the two teams has been the AP pre- season #1 ranked team in the country 8 times (4.
Since 1. 97. 7вЂ“7. Duke or North Carolina has been in the pre- season top three 2. Over the entirety of the AP poll (the past 6. Over this same period, one has been #1 1. Duke or North Carolina starts the year at #1 in the last 5.
Tipoff of the Duke- North Carolina basketball game on February 7, 2. HistoryThough the two schools had always had the hatred born of familiarity and proximity, some of the earliest roots of the modern basketball rivalry occurred in the early 1. Duke star and eventual national player of the year Art Heyman got into a brawl on the court with Carolina's Larry Brown which resulted in suspensions for both players. The rivalry reached unprecedented heights in the mid- 1. Dean Smith of Carolina and Mike Krzyzewski of Duke, thanks to the emergence of cable channels such as ESPN and the increasing coverage of the ACC in national broadcasts by the three major networks, giving a vast national audience more opportunities to witness the two teams and their coaches. Indeed, the two teams have been fixtures on national television since the early 1. When Smith retired after the 1.
NCAA Division I men's head coach, with 8. In 1. 98. 2, with players Michael Jordan, Sam Perkins and James Worthy, he won his first national championship and second overall for UNC that year. In 1. 99. 1 Duke won its first ever national championship and then with most of their team returning won another national championship in 1.
Carolina then won the championship the next year in 1. Since then, Duke won the national championship in 2.
North Carolina won the national championship in 2. Duke won the national championship in 2. In 2. 01. 1, Krzyzewski became the new holder of the record for most career wins by a D- I men's coach, surpassing his mentor Bob Knight (who had surpassed Smith in 2.
On January 2. 5, 2. Krzyzewski also became the first NCAA Men's Division 1 Basketball head coach to reach 1,0. Duke defeated St Johns in Madison Square Garden 7. After Smith's retirement in 1.
Carolina suffered through three coaching changes (from Dean Smith to Bill Guthridge to Matt Doherty to Roy Williams) between 1. The six seasons between Bill Guthridge and Matt Doherty from 1. Duke won 1. 3 of 1. North Carolina and some said that the rivalry was on the decline. However, with the arrival of Carolina's alumnus Roy Williams as head coach in 2. North Carolina won six regular season titles in seven years (2.
ACC tournament in back to back years in 2. NCAA championships in 2. North Carolina also won 6 of 8 games against Duke from 2.
Erik Spanberg of The Christian Science Monitor even argued in 2. North Carolina in recent years.[1. However, since 2. April 7, 2. 01. 5 Duke has won 1.
North Carolina including 3 season sweeps over North Carolina in 2. Duke has won 2 national championships since then in 2. During the 2. 00. Duke won the regular season finale by 3. Duke win in series history.[1. Following that game, Duke went on to win a fourth National title in 2.
Former Esquire editor and author (and North Carolina graduate) Will Blythe argues that the rivalry's passion can be attributed greatly to class and culture in the South. To legions of otherwise reasonable adults, it is a conflict that surpasses sports; it is locals against outsiders, elitists against populists, even good against evilвЂ¦ The rivalry may be a way of aligning oneself with larger philosophic ideals вЂ” of choosing teams in life вЂ” a tradition of partisanship that reveals the pleasures and even the necessity of hatred.[1. The March 4, 2. 00. ESPN history. The rivalry has been the subject of various books and articles, including To Hate Like This Is to Be Happy Forever by Blythe and Blue Blood by Art Chansky.[1. Further illustrating the intensity of the rivalry, U. S. Representative.
Brad Miller, a die- hard Carolina fan, told an Associated Press writer in 2. I have said very publicly that if Duke was playing against the Taliban, then I'd have to pull for the Taliban."[1. NCAA Tournament/Postseason NITThe two teams have never met in the NCAA Tournament, though they have met once in the 1. National Invitation Tournament, with North Carolina winning 7.
Madison Square Garden. In 1. 99. 1, the teams came within one game of playing each other for the national championship, as both advanced to that year's Final Four at the Hoosier Dome in Indianapolis. Chansky writes in Blue Blood that Carolina fans chanted "0- for- 4!" at the Duke fans, while Duke responded with "Long time, no see!" In the first semifinal, North Carolina was upset 7. Kansas team coached by Roy Williams, who would later return to Chapel Hill to take the head coaching job.
Some Duke fans had already arrived for their team's game by the time Dean Smith was ejected for arguing with the officials, and Chansky writes that they were ecstatic at the ejection, waving their hands and yelling, "See ya!" as they normally did at Cameron for a player or coach who was ejected or in foul trouble. Below, in the Duke locker room, the Blue Devils were preparing for a rematch of the 1. UNLV in their semifinal.
UNLV had won that game by 3.