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Video: Freak Show - 'Who's Next?'
Watch UNC football coach Larry Fedora receive three verbal commitments - Juval Mollette, Javarius Davis, Nick Polino - at the conclusion of the Freak Show...

Ranking the ACC's Football Rosters for 2014
Larry Fedora has the fifth-best roster coming back to Chapel Hill in 2014 and yet North Carolina is just .500 in ACC play over the...

DeCock: Expect UNC’s Fedora to keep opening up the playbook
The Tar Heels have not exactly been shy about opening up the playbook this season. Quarterback Marquise Williams caught a touchdown pass. Receivers Quinshad Davis...

Video: Monday Footbal Post-Practice Interviews
Larry Fedora, Quinshad Davis, Ryan Switzer and Jon Heck on the upcoming 'Zero Dark Thursday' matchup against Miami in Chapel Hill...

Mark of Fedora to come after Davis recruits are gone
The high-flying offense new coach Larry Fedora promised upon being hired in 2011 has shown sporadic periods of success but hasn’t been consistently good yet...

Coin Toss Confusion
Middle Tennessee State won the toss and elected to defer. Quinshad Davis, according to Tre Boston, had been instructed by Larry Fedora on how to...

South Carolina defeats North Carolina 27-10
Mike Davis ran 75 yards for a touchdown, Connor Shaw and Dylan Thompson each threw long scoring passes and All-American Jadeveon Clowney helped No. 6...

Quinshad Davis ready to go home, make an impact
After Quinshad Davis set school freshman records with 61 catches and 776 yards last season, North Carolina coach Larry Fedora is calling for a minimum...

ACC predictions: Clemson, FSU, then questions
Coastal Division: 2. UNC (5-3, 8-4) - Talent was never Carolina’s problem under Butch Davis, it was motivation. Larry Fedora already has proven he can...

2013 North Carolina football's 10 things to know
UNC has weathered an NCAA storm and won 39 games in the last five years. Life is better for the Heels than it was when...

UNC's Quinshad Davis among ACC sophomores to watch
Quinshad Davis was the Tar Heels' leading receiver as a true freshman last season but didn't receive all that much acclaim. That will change this...

North Carolina 2013 football preview
North Carolina has had 16 players selected in the past three drafts, including four first-rounders and five second-rounders. That's an offshoot of former coach Butch...

Drew Davis, Butch Davis' Son, Leaves UNC for JuCo
North Carolina quarterback Drew Davis has decided to transfer to Coffeyville Community College (Kan.) where he will begin practice this fall. Davis, 6-2, 210...

UVa football opponent preview: North Carolina
Head coach Larry Fedora, in his second season from Southern Miss, returns 13 starters, including quarterback Bryn Renner, a national star candidate. Renner won’t have...

"Beast of the Hill" Returns Friday
North Carolina's football program has been hosting the Beast of the Hill seven-on-seven event going back to the Butch Davis era, and Larry Fedora and...

Carolina Countdown: Eric Ebron
North Carolina head coach Larry Fedora has been able to utilize his weapons on the offensive side of the ball ever since he stepped into...

Making Plays
In the second year of the Larry Fedora era, the wide receiver position remains vital to ensure the success of the up-tempo spread offense. The...

Ranking the ACC Head Football Coaches for 2013
5. Larry Fedora, North Carolina: Fedora landed at a North Carolina program still reeling from the aftermath of the Butch Davis era. He led the...

The Ed Davis Offensive
The Davis legacy will always be sketchy at UNC — part NCAA Title, part Larry Drew, part Lottery. But Carolina fans might have to warm...

UNC Spring Football Game To Be Held Saturday, April 13
North Carolina's annual Spring Football Game will be held Saturday, April 13, at Kenan Stadium. Admission is free. The Tar Heels return 13 starters...

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