Biggest lead of each school over the other

UNC and Duke have played many close games over the years, but what’s the biggest win each school has over the other?

One of the best things about the Duke vs. North Carolina rivalry is that many of the games in it are close affairs. Playing for the first time in the Final Four on Saturday, the matchup is typically tight as players on both sides adjust to these games and talent levels are often comparable between the two programs.

Both UNC-Duke encounters in 2022 were blowouts, including Tar Heels’ win at Cameron Indoor Stadium on March 5, which ruined Coach K’s last home game, but neither was a truly epic smackdown that maintained a fan base for years can track. It’s not uncommon to find blowouts in the history of the Duke-North Carolina rivalry, but what’s the greatest victory each school has achieved over its greatest rival since 1920?

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This year’s result at Chapel Hill, where Duke won by a 20 margin, isn’t quite the biggest win in terms of winning margin for the Blue Devils in series history. The biggest margin of victory came back on February 29, 1964 when Duke took to the streets and defeated UNC 104-69 at Woolen Gym and earned a 35-point victory over the Tar Heels that remains the biggest margin for a street team in the series.

What is the biggest win margin for UNC over Duke?

The score will look unconventional in this case since we have to go back to 1921 which was the second year of the rivalry and only the fifth meeting overall between UNC and Duke. The Tar Heels pulled off a 37-point win with a 55-18 (no, that’s not a typo) triumph over the Blue Devils in Raleigh.

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John Verrall

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