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Thomas Sirk found the end zone twice with his legs, but the quarterback could never establish a rhythm under center in the Blue Devils' second straight loss.
After Saturday's five-touchdown win, the Tar Heel will hold onto the Victory Bell for another year.
Sophomore running back Elijah Hood plowed ahead for 69 yards and three touchdowns to lead the ground game for the Tar Heels.
Redshirt junior Jela Duncan did his best to keep Duke close in the first half, finishing a 52-yard touchdown run to bring the Blue Devils within 11.
The North Carolina wide receiving corps had a field day against Duke's defense Saturday, finishing with more than 500 yards as a unit.
North Carolina quarterback Marquise Williams threw for 494 yards—404 in the first half—and accounted for five total touchdowns as the Tar Heels picked apart Duke's defense in a 66-31 win Saturday.
North Carolina quarterback Marquise Williams was a thorn in Duke’s side in a 45-20 Tar Heel win in 2014.