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Energy Surge
Carolina football takes off for Detroit and the Quick Lane Bowl on Monday. Thursday’s practice was the second day of prep for the Tar Heels’...

UNC staying the course on defense
Look for North Carolina to go after Rutgers with the same 4-2-5 defensive scheme that has yielded unreliable results. That base package will include some...

Video: Thursday Football Post-Practice Interviews
Larry Fedora and Tim Scott talk after practice about game planning for the Quick Lane Bowl, the Rutgers offense, and the changes in the defensive...

Quick Lane to Consistency
On Monday, Larry Fedora said Carolina will practice 11 times before taking the field on December 26 against Rutgers. That practice time is crucial not...

UNC Football Aims to Stay Focused Offensively
As the 6-6 UNC football team prepares for the Quick Lane Bowl against Rutgers, the offense looks to stay focused and establish some type of...

Tar Heels will be healthy for Quick Lane Bowl game
For the three key offensive players injured in the [NC State] game, their physical maladies have recovered enough for them to return to action. Coach...

By The Numbers: Quick Lane Bowl
1 - Number of touchdowns WR Quinshad Davis needs to set a UNC career mark for receiving touchdowns. He is currently tied with Hakeem Nicks...

Quick Lane Bowl Preview: Defense
Carolina’s defense might have a bit of a different look when they take the field on December 26. Larry Fedora termed it a mutual decision...

Tar Heels expect tweaks on defense for bowl
North Carolina parted with associate head coach for defense Vic Koenning, but coach Larry Fedora said Monday that there’s no clear direction on schematic changes...

Fedora open to scrapping 4-2-5 scheme for more traditional defensive alignment
While Larry Fedora said that the Tar Heels will stick with their same basic defense against Rutgers, he added that it was possible Dan Disch...

Larry Fedora looking for new defensive coordinator
The chatter about Vic Koenning was right. He’s out as the defensive coordinator for North Carolina. UNC head coach Larry Fedora was mum about that...

Tar Heels' struggling defense gets one more shot
UNC's defense was a mess most of the season, giving up chunks of yardage and bunches of points. The Tar Heels get a bowl game...

Search for New UNC Defensive Coordinator Underway
Larry Fedora confirmed media reports regarding former associate head coach for defense Vic Koenning’s exit and provided details of his search for a new defensive...

Video: Larry Fedora Press Conference Recap - Rutgers
UNC football coach Larry Fedora talks about former defensive coordinator Vic Koenning and potential changes in the defense as the Tar Heels prepare for Rutgers...

Fedora Confirms Vic Koenning's Departure
Last week news broke that UNC's associate head coach for defense Vic Koenning would not return for a fourth season in Chapel Hill. Tar Heel...

Tar Heels Targeting Durkin to Lead Defense
North Carolina is targeting D.J. Durkin to lead its defense, according to multiple sources. The Florida defensive coordinator is serving as interim head coach for...

Motown welcomes Tar Heels
Balmy temperatures and palm trees were nowhere in evidence as North Carolina football coach Larry Fedora and UNC athletic director Bubba Cunningham met the press...

Fedora mum on Koenning's future on UNC staff
UNC football coach Larry Fedora suggested Friday that he needed to speak with his players and staff before publicly commenting on media reports that Tar...

Video: Quick Lane Bowl Press Conference Recap
Larry Fedora and Bubba Cunningham answer questions as the football team prepares to take on Rutgers in the Quick Lane Bowl on December 26, 2014...

Fedora, Tar Heels Aim For Redemption, More Passion In Bowl Game
The Tar Heels will be bowling in Motown the day after Christmas. The 6-6 UNC football team will be looking to finish with a winning...

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