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UNC plays for ACC title after 18-inning win against State

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Cody Stubbs singled home the go-ahead run in the top of the 18th inning and North Carolina advanced to the Atlantic Coast Conference title game by beating rival North Carolina State 2-1 early Sunday morning.
    
The top-seeded Tar Heels (51-8) will face Virginia Tech at 1 p.m. Sunday - nearly 11 hours after winning the longest game in ACC tournament history.
    
Landon Lassiter walked to start the 18th, moved to second when Colin Moran was hit by a pitch from Chris Overman (1-1) and advanced to third on Skye Bolt's bunt.
    
Stubbs then singled to short left field off Will Gilbert to bring home Lassiter.
    
Chris Munnelly (6-0) gave up a leadoff double to Brett Williams before getting two popouts and a groundout to end it at 1:52 a.m. ET.
    
Carlos Rodon threw 10 innings of one-hit ball with 14 strikeouts for third-seeded N.C. State (44-14).

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