No (R) in the other thread, so I'll start a new one. UNC 3-2 Duke, on a golden goal by Wes Shull with about two minutes left in the second overtime. I didn't get to see the game - listened to it on the web (from an internet cafe in Buenos Aires), so all comments are based on the commentary. Shull's golden goal was a direct free kick to the top right corner from 32+ yards, Dean Linke was raving about the shot on the radio broadcast. Carolina had taken the lead twice, and Duke came back to equalize twice. Lots of scoring chances for both teams - Blake Camp hit the crossbar for Duke late in the second half, and Jamie Watson was denied on a great save by Trowbridge just before the end of regulation. Sounded like there were a quite a few lapses by Carolina's defense, and I guess Elmar didn't like what Odgers and Sorsabal were doing, because Ray Fumo ended up in the left back spot for the last part of the game. Wouldn't be shocked to see Bolowich go back to three in the back at some point this year, but who knows. For Duke, the broadcasters spoke highly of Camp, Ahumada, and Adogwa. Don't know if anyone stood out for NC, although it seemed like Ashe was creating a lot of danger. As predicted, it sounded like a physical, rough game, with a lot of yellow cards handed out(especially for Duke). Probably not a beautiful game to watch in person, but definitely a thriller. Crowd sounded good, attendance just over 3000 I think. And, I gotta say - being a few thousand miles from Chapel Hill, it warmed my heart to hear the fans chanting "Duke sucks" following the end of the game.