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MTSU helped Fedora gain confidence in up-tempo offense


Growing up, Larry Fedora saw how effective the two-minute offense was, and he wanted his offense to play that way for an entire game. Fedora finally got the chance to implement his system in 1999 at Middle Tennessee, and its success is a major reason why the 50-year-old now is the coach at North Carolina, which hosts the Blue Raiders today at Kenan Stadium. (Durham Herald-Sun)


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