Rivalry Series - Basketball: North Carolina Beat Duke
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Located only eight miles apart, the North Carolina vs. Duke rivalry is considered one of the most intense in all of sports. Battling it out at least twice a year since 1920, no matter the rankings, no matter the records, THE TAR HEELS are focused on one thing... BEAT DUKE!
March 3, 1984 Chapel Hill, NC
North Carolina 96 ∙ Duke 83 (2OT)
The final home game for North Carolina's Matt Doherty, Michael Jordan, and Sam Perkins, was a memorable one. #1 North Carolina looked to be finished down two with just second to go in regulation when Matt Doherty took the inbounds pass the length of the court and hit a 15-footer to force overtime. Michael Jordan opened the second overtime with an alley-oop dunk and Duke's Johnny Dawkins came back to cut the North Carolina lead to 82-81 with a short jumper but Duke would get only one more basket as Jordan and Perkins carried the Tar Heels to the victory.
February 5, 1992 Chapel Hill, NC
North Carolina 75 ∙ Duke 73
A rough one between #1 Duke and #9 North Carolina. The teams would exchange the lead 10 times before a Thomas Hill baseline jumper gave the Blue Devils a 39-38 halftime lead. The second half was just as tight seeing the Tar Heels take a 75-73 lead on a pair of Derrick Phelps free throws with 44.5 seconds remaining. Christian Laettner had two shots to tie the game in the final 24 seconds, but missed both. The lasting image from this game had to be North Carolina's Eric Montross, who took a couple of elbows to the head - looking more like a boxer than a center, as he sank two late free throws with blood streaming down his face.
February 2, 1995 Durham, NC
North Carolina 102 ∙ Duke 100 (2OT)
Duke seemed out-manned on their home court from the opening tip, falling behind 26-9 in the first half, highlighted by an alley-oop dunk from Carolina's Rasheed Wallace and a reverse jam by Jerry Stackhouse over two Blue Devils. However, Duke rallied in the second half and led by as much as 12, before North Carolina staged a rally of its own. The two squads exchanged leads four times at the end of regulation before heading into overtime. With three seconds left in the first overtime Duke's Jeff Capel hit a running, 37-foot heave that tied the game at the buzzer. With the game still tied late in the second overtime, Jeff McInnis stole the inbounds pass for an easy layup, putting North Carolina up 102-98. Duke answered with a basket of their own and had a chance to force a third overtime or win the game but fell short on Steve Wojciechowski's missed jumper.
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I loved it so much I even bought the "Duke beat UNC" DVD set too. I hate Duke, of course, so I use those 3 DVDs as coasters. At least that gets one copy of the "Duke beats UNC" DVD set off the streets.