If North Carolina is Clemson's biggest threat between now and the Oct. 29 matchup at Georgia Tech (which it is), the Tigers should be confident.
UNC should feel relieved after its 14-7 win
against Louisville, which was hardly a convincing performance by the Tar Heels. They allowed the Cardinals to stay in the game right up until the final 42 seconds when UNC recovered the onside kick to hang onto the ball for the win. It was a much better second half for UNC, as Giovani Bernard
and quarterback Bryn Renner
both put together enough points for the Tar Heels to get through their nonconference schedule undefeated.
It was just enough to beat Louisville, one of the worst teams in the Big East, but it won't be enough to upset Clemson.