North Carolina’s offense has been on a roll for a few weeks in a row here, but what we’ve seen today from the Tar Heels is a little out of control. Old Dominion has had such a hard time defensively against UNC that the two schools have agreed to play a 10-minute fourth quarter to speed the game up. The decision was made with the Tar Heels leading 80-20 after three quarters – they’ve scored 11 touchdowns so far.
By mutual agreement by both teams, the fourth quarter will be reduced to 10 minutes.
— Carolina Football (@TarHeelFootball) November 23, 2013
ODU was actually in this game at the end of the first session, trailing just 14-13. The Tar Heels then scored 35 points in the second quarter, followed by 31 points in the third quarter. That’s a lot of offense.