NORTH-CAROLINA Odds: Schedule, Matchups, & Stats

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November 25, 2023

North Carolina Schedule

Date Opp Close Result ATS/OU
Sep 2, 2023 South Carolina -2.5 / 63.5 Won 31-17 Won / Under
Sep 9, 2023 Appalachian State -19 / 58 Won 40-34 Lost / Over
Sep 16, 2023 Minnesota -7 / 52.5 Won 31-13 Won / Under
Sep 23, 2023 @Pittsburgh -7.5 / 49.5 Won 41-24 Won / Over
Oct 7, 2023 Syracuse -9.5 / 59 Won 40-7 Won / Under
Oct 14, 2023 Miami -3 / 57 Won 41-31 Won / Over
Oct 21, 2023 Virginia -24 / 58 Lost 27-31 Lost / Push
Oct 28, 2023 @Georgia Tech -12 / 65.5 Lost 42-46 Lost / Over
Nov 4, 2023 Campbell -40 / 70 Won 59-7 Won / Under
Nov 11, 2023 Duke -10 / 53 Won 47-45 Lost / Over
Nov 18, 2023 @Clemson +7.5 / 59.5 Lost 20-31 Lost / Under
Nov 25, 2023 @NC State -2.5 / 55.5 Lost 20-39 Lost / Over

Betting on the North Carolina Tar Heels

North Carolina is known for a lot of things, one of which is college football. As a result, many football fans are very interested in the North Carolina Tar Heels. So, if you want to place a bet on this team, read this guide to learn all about North Carolina Tar Heels betting.

The North Carolina Tar Heels is the college football team that represents the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. The team competes in the Football Bowl Subdivision of the National Collegiate Athletic Association as well as the Coastal Division of the Atlantic Coast Conference. The home games for the Tar Heels take place at Kenan Memorial Stadium in Chapel Hill, North Carolina.

The first season for the North Carolina Tar Heels took place way, way back many years ago in 1888. The team has made it to the bowl games thirty five times. The Tar Heels have won three Southern Conference Championships as well as five Atlantic Coast Conference titles. The team is also credited with having the first modern use of the forward pass, back in 1895.

The Tar Heels have nine conference titles as well as one division title.

There are thirty players from the Tar Heels who have received the first-team All-American honor, which has happened on thirty eight occasions. The team most recently won the Atlantic Coast Conference title in 1980.

There have been five jersey numbers that have been retired from the Tar Heels. These numbers are 22, 46, 50, 59, and 99. These jersey numbers are respectively for the following players: Charlie Justice, Bill Sutherland, Art Weiner, Andy Bershak, and George Barclay.

The team has had quite a few rivalries in its long storied history. These main rivalries are with North Carolina State, Duke, Virginia, Wake Forest, and South Carolina.

A betting type you will commonly find when looking into betting on college football is a moneyline bet. A moneyline bet has the person betting attempt to pick the winner of any given sporting matchup. Over here, you will find an example of what a moneyline bet could look like in practice:

North Carolina Tar Heels: -117

North Carolina State Wolfpack: +117

When using this example, the team that looks like it will triumph is the North Carolina Tar Heels, according to the team’s odds of -117. These odds show that for every $1 the bettor is hoping to gain, they would need to wager $1.17, to bet $117 to gain $100. Again using the odds from this example, the team less likely to win in this sporting event is the North Carolina Wolfpack with odds of +117. The team’s odds demonstrate that for every $1 bet, the bettor could gain $1.17 and would need to wager $100 to win $117.

Betting in North Carolina

As of right now, sports betting in North Carolina is legal, however only on tribal lands. There are two legally operating retail sportsbooks in the state of North Carolina. At this time, North Carolina online sports betting is not yet legal, however many in the state are looking to change that. The legal age to gamble in North Carolina is 21-years-old.