Will 400 be the magic number for Trubisky, UNC in 2016?

Ten times in the history of UNC’s football program has a Tar Heel quarterback thrown for 400 yards in a single game.

Fourth-year junior starter Mitch Trubisky has produced two 400-yard passing performances in the last two weekends, tossing for 432 yards in Carolina’s 56-28 home-opening win over James Madison and another 453 yards in a 37-36 come-from-behind victory over Coastal Division rival Pittsburgh. Along the way, he became the first Tar Heel quarterback ever to throw for 400 yards in back-to-back games.

In its history, how has UNC fared when its starting quarterback passes for 400 or more yards? To find out for free, sign up for basic access to ACCSports.com.