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Larry Fedora Radio Show Quotes
Larry Fedora on Mitch Trubisky in practice: “We tried to give Marquise some rest as much as we could during the open week and got...

Marquise Williams Ready for QB Battle
Marquise Williams entered North Carolina’s opening spring practice on Wednesday as the frontrunner for the starting quarterback job. The junior signal caller is well aware,...

North Carolina Tar Heels 2014 Spring Football Preview
Despite being one of the few quarterbacks in the ACC that returns with any starting experience, there is no guarantee that Marquise Williams will get...

North Carolina's QB job is wide open
UNC is one of the few schools in the ACC that returns a quarterback with starting experience in 2014 -- and yet there’s no guarantee...

Relive All of UNC's 80 Points vs Old Dominion
As UNC rolled past the 60 and 70 point barriers there was some grumbling on Twitter that the Tar Heels had strayed into the always...

Quarterback Depth Chart Adjustments
Bryn Renner’s season-ending shoulder injury has moved Marquise Williams into the starter’s role a year early, while forcing the offensive coaching staff to scramble in...

Kanler Coker learning the ropes at North Carolina
Kanler Coker spent his freshman year with the Tar Heels as the team’s third quarterback. Coker will have to wait one more year for consistent...

QB Mitch Trubisky Moving Up The Depth Chart
North Carolina freshman quarterback Mitch Trubisky is already making a move up the depth chart seven practices into his college career. Less than halfway through...

Battle for Backup QB
Red-shirt freshman quarterback Marquise Williams was expected to push incumbent Bryn Renner for the starting role during North Carolina’s training camp. As it turns out,...

UNC Football Recruiting Week in Review
Here's a look back at the past week in UNC football recruiting:

-Incoming freshman QB Kanler Coker discussed his official visit to UNC in...

UNC Football Recruiting Week in Review
News and notes from the past week in UNC football recruiting:

-2013 UNC commit R.J. Prince, a 4-star offensive tackle from Albemarle, NC emailed...

Kanler Coker gets a jumpstart
Quarterback prospect and future Tar Heel Kanler Coker graduated in December from Flowery Branch High School in Georgia. He could not enroll at UNC for...

Kanler Coker Journal: Intro
Kanler Coker, a Tar Heel quarterback signee from Flowery Branch (Ga.), is filing weekly journal entries at Inside Carolina as he counts down to enrolling...

Kanler Coker named Atlanta Touchdown Club's offensive player of season
Kanler Coker will get one more reward for his stellar senior season. After graduating early and signing a letter of intent for North Carolina on...

Extra Points: Need For Quarterbacks
To say the quarterback situation at Carolina in early January was a wee bit dire is putting it mildly. "We had to scramble, there's no...

UNC Football Signing Day Observations
Given the obstacles Larry Fedora and his staff had to work with — including three fewer scholarships and less than a month on the job...

ACC Football Commitment Lists: Coastal Division, Jan. 20
North Carolina had an interesting past couple of weeks. Raleigh defensive end Desmond Owino flipped his commitment from the Tar Heels to the Wolfpack. Then...

UNC football gets three commitments
Larry Fedora and his staff have picked up three commitments this week. Quarterback Kanler Coker of Flowery Branch, Ga., had committed to ECU in December...

ACC Recruiting Links, Jan. 19
Ex-Southern Miss recruit Caleb Peterson will follow Larry Fedora to North Carolina. After losing a quarterback recruit to Vanderbilt, UNC got Kanler Coker to switch...

Kanler Coker becomes Fedora's first commit
Kanler Coker (Flowery Branch, Ga.) became the first commitment for Larry Fedora at North Carolina. Coker made his decision yesterday, after previously being committed to...

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