Duke football coach Steve Spurrier and his team pose in front of the scoreboard after defeating the UNC Tar Heels 41-0 in Kenan Stadium on Nov. 18, 1989. The win helped the Blue Devils earn a share of the ACC championship and was the last for Spurrier at the school. DUKE SPORTS INFORMATION Read more here: http://www.newsobserver.com/2012/09/09/2323001/spurrier-older-ball-coach-lot.html#storylink=cpy

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  • tBeast Aug 12, 2013
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    UNC has played a Spurrier coached team 11 times.

    Gotta Link dook boy?

  • rexrodestrickland Aug 12, 2013
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    That is against Duke! What is the record against Spurrier? I can tell you 11 and zero. Zip In a couple of weeks it will be 12 ZIP.

  • Dooksucksv9 Aug 12, 2013
    Veteran

    And since then:

    1991: 47-14 UNC
    1997: 50-14 UNC
    1999: 38-0 UNC
    2000: 59-21 UNC
    2001: 52-17 UNC
    2004: 40-17 UNC

  • weakened back Aug 12, 2013
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    like they place toilet tissue in the seats at cfs.

  • TruthBKnown Banned Again03 Aug 12, 2013
    Sports Legend

    I seem to recall the N&O headline the next say was something like, "Devils do dance on Heels' grave!" and had the big picture of the team and Spurrier posing in front of the scoreboard.

    I believe that's why they are so quick to turn off the scoreboard after games now.

    Gotta love that!

  • tBeast Aug 12, 2013
    Sports Legend

    poor dook fans getting ready for the bell to return to it's HOME!

    pitiful.

  • Sleehrat Aug 12, 2013
    Pro

    BTTT

  • SpaghettiNdahizzyforShizzy Aug 12, 2013
    All Star

    hot
    AND
    bothered.

    #:)

  • Sleehrat Aug 12, 2013
    Pro

    fun

  • Sleehrat Aug 12, 2013
    Pro

    bump-sie

  • SpaghettiNdahizzyforShizzy Aug 12, 2013
    All Star

    LOL @ the lone pansy that gets its panties' ruffled by hal...

    #ThePoorPoorBOY

    :)

  • Sleehrat Aug 12, 2013
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    For poor Hal, more words in the title = more attention for poor Hal.

    Poor Hal.

    Poor Abc'ers.

  • Sports Talk Only Aug 12, 2013
    Sports Legend

    This HAS to set a record as the longest thread title EVER. SMH

  • thewolfisatthedoor Aug 11, 2013
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    It amazes me how the guy keeps getting to you. You are always good for a laff. Ha

  • Sleehrat Aug 11, 2013
    Pro

    One can always tell when Hal is feeling "small", can't one?

    Poor Hal.

    Poor Abc'ers.

  • dwolfisatthedoor Aug 11, 2013
    All Star

    Steve has a better team this year. He also likes to run up the score. Ask Lou Holtz if you do not want to take my word for it. He had a 48 point lead when playing Holtz and kicked an onside kick and got the ball back and scored again.

    heheheheheehehehehehehehe Carolina is going to be crying the blues come the 29th.

  • dwolfisatthedoor Aug 11, 2013
    All Star

    If you google this it will also show you a picture of the score board. Hehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehheheheheheehhheheheheheheh
    eheheheheheheheheheheheheheheheheheheheheheheheheheheheheheh
    eheheheheheheheheheheheheheheheheheheheheheheheheheheheheheh
    ehehehehehehehe

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