Marquise Williams got the Heels fired up with a pregame speech in the tunnel.
Go Heels, Go America!
Plenty of loud Cincinnati fans came all the way to Charlotte to cheer on their Bearcats.
The Bearcat felt right at home in Sir Purr’s house.
UNC’s matte black football helmets all feature an American flag and North Carolina logo.
Jabari Price blows up a Cincinnati pass.
Coach Larry Fedora had the Tar Heels ready in all three phases of the game.
T.J. Thorpe tries to tip-toe along the sideline in the first half of the Belk Bowl.
Romar Morris broke the scoreless tie with this 2-yd touchdown run.
Russell Bodine and Romar Morris celebrate a 6-0 Carolina lead.
UNC tight end Eric Ebron knew the Heels came to play on Saturday.
After a Kareem Martin safety, Cincinnati kicked off to T.J. Logan, who ran it back 78 yards for a touchdown.
Wide receiver Quinshad Davis tries to break a tackle near the sideline.
Tight end Jack Tabb gave the extra effort to score on this 3-yd touchdown pass from Marquise Williams.
Thomas Moore made a 40-yard field goal and was 4-5 on PAT attempts during the Belk Bowl.
Photo courtesy of Chapelboro’s Elliott Rubin
Plenty of Carolina fans made the trip to Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte.
UNC’s offensive line protected Marquise Williams all game and gave up zero sacks.
Quarterback Marquise Williams takes control of the offense during a second half drive.
Freshman Ryan Switzer continued his dominance in the return game by scoring on an incredible 83-yard punt return.
Mack Hollins and T.J. Thorpe, having a great time during the second half of UNC’s 39-17 victory.
WCHL’s own Art Chansky, enjoying the Belk Bowl victory.
Rameses was in great form the entire game.
High fives all around for Tar Heel fans after another defensive stop in the fourth quarter.
Senior Sean Tapley had four receptions in the Belk Bowl.
Marquise Williams had a great performance in his hometown Charlotte, with 19 completions, zero interceptions, and 47 rushing yards.
Philip Spelman stays focused during a high-flying celebration in the fourth quarter.
Senior Tre Boston sealed the Carolina victory with a late, diving interception.