It’s one of the most popular rivalries in all of sports: UNC-Duke.

The Tobacco Road nemeses — whose campuses sit just eight miles apart — have been playing each other for almost 100 years. As of the start of the 2018-19 season, UNC sits at No. 3 on the all-time wins list. Duke is No. 4. The two schools have combined for 38 of the 65 ACC tournament titles and 50 regular season crowns, made it to 36 Final Fours and claimed 11 national championships.

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Every season, they meet at least twice in what are bound to be some of the best games of the year, regardless of rankings. Here’s everything you need to know about the rivalry, including stats from both schools and highlights from some of the most notable matchups:

University established
North Carolina: 1789
Duke: 1838

Type
North Carolina: Public
Duke: Private

Total enrollment
North Carolina: 29,911
Duke: 16,294

Basketball program established
North Carolina: 1910
Duke: 1905

National championships
North Carolina: 6 (1957, 1982, 1993, 2005, 2009, 2017
Duke: 5 (1991, 1992, 2001, 2010, 2015)

Final Fours
North Carolina: 20
Duke: 16

ACC Champions
North Carolina: 49 (31 regular season, 18 tournament)
Duke: 39 (19 regular season, 20 tournament)

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First meeting:
Jan. 24, 1920 — UNC 38, Duke 25

Record:
UNC leads 137-111

Longest win streak:
UNC — 16 (1921-28)

Current head coaches:
North Carolina: Roy Williams (842-227 career record; 424-126 at North Carolina)
Duke: Mike Krzyzewski (1100-338 career record; 1027-279 at Duke)

Crazy fact: 
Since the 1949-50 season, UNC has scored 13581 points against Duke and allowed 13559. That’s a difference of just 22 points over 179 games, or 0.1 per matchup.

March 2, 1974
No. 4 North Carolina 96, Duke 92 (OT)