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North Carolina has had better Black Fridays.
Both the Tar Heel men's basketball and soccer teams suffered angry losses in about eight minutes on Friday night -- basketball more shocking than soccer, but soccer possibly more humiliating.
The No. 18 football team lost 30-27 at home to NC State in double overtime, while the No. 1 basketball team lost 70-65 to Iowa State in the Phil Knight Invitational, resulting in an almost head-to-head encounter. previous sad final score tweets from UNC:
At least their graphics team is still doing their job.
The football loss to NC State was a thrill. UNC entered the game still aching from a loss to Georgia Tech last week but faced a wolfpack team down to their fourth quarterback. The college football playoff was realistically out of reach, but it would have been nice to end the regular season with a win over a rival.
Would have. Instead, NC State took an early 14-3 lead and went up 24-17 on their final drive after intercepting Drake Maye. UNC responded with a four-and-goal touchdown to force overtime, but all that resulted was an even more stressful loss with a missed field goal in Double OT.
Meanwhile, the men's basketball team got off to a good start with a 30-21 lead late in the first half before the game tightened up at halftime. A 10-1 run by Cyclones in the final minutes threw out leaders Tar Heels, whose backcourt was run by R.J. Davis and Caleb Love went 9 of 28 from the field along with four assists and five turnovers.
Armando Bacot, the preseason ACC Player of the Year, had just six field goal attempts but still had 13 points and nine rebounds. However, he finished the game on a terrible note by flipping the ball three times in a row during that run at Iowa State.
The loss was the Tar Heels' first of the season, though they hadn't exactly played like a No. 1 team prior to Friday. Just a day earlier, they had struggled to clear Portland, nor had they managed to beat Gardner-Webb and UNC Wilmington by double digits.
UNC fell apart in crunchtime against Iowa State on Friday, just as its football team was losing to NC State. (AP Photo/Craig Mitchelldyer)

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