Clemson’s last trip to Keenan Stadium at North Carolina did not go well. The Tigers suffered a 21-16 loss that day, their third loss in a row. Kyle Parker was the quarterback and Clemson had 305 yards of offense. That defeat was one of only two Dabo Swinney has suffered at the hands of a North Carolina team since becoming head coach, and since then the Tigers have won three in a row over the Tar Heels. They are heavy favorites to make it four in a row Saturday with kickoff at 3:30 PM on ABC.
Defensive coordinator Brent Venables previews UNC offense
Co-offensive coordinator Tony Elliott breaks down the UNC defense
Safety K’Von Wallace on the success of this year’s defense