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Fedora making smart moves to improve UNC's defense
Larry Fedora parted ways with defensive coordinator Vic Koenning. Then, he hit a virtual home run by landing former Auburn head coach Gene Chizik to...

Extra Points: Reboot
Gene Chizik replaces Vic Koenning, the defensive chief for three seasons. The Tar Heels will base their scheme around a 4-3 alignment. Chizik has yet...

Gene Chizik Named Carolina's Defensive Coordinator
UNC head coach Larry Fedora announced Monday that Gene Chizik has been hired as the Tar Heels’ defensive coordinator. Chizik, who won national championships...

Fedora drops in on 2016 QB Chazz Surratt
The coaching contact recruiting period opened up on Thursday as coaches scoured the country, heading to high schools of the top prospects. On Friday, UNC...

More Bad Lists! Fedora #1 on Hot Seat?
The Big Lead website lists the top 10 coaches on the hot seat for 2015, and their #1 is Larry Fedora, but the reality is...

Tar Heels Welcome 10 Early Football Enrollees
Larry Fedora announced the enrollment of 10 student-athletes to campus on Wednesday, the first day of classes in Chapel Hill. Nine of the 10 graduated...

Gene Chizik To Lead UNC's Defense
Gene Chizik has agreed to become Larry Fedora's new defensive coordinator, multiple sources confirmed to Inside Carolina on Thursday evening. The contract is three years...

Murky Future For 2015 Football Tar Heels
In head coach Larry Fedora’s third year at the helm of the North Carolina football team, the Tar Heels finished with a 6-7 record –...

Art’s Angle: Honeymoon Over
The shining light through the malaise that has become Carolina Athletics over the last three years has been Larry Fedora and his football program. Until...

Extra Points: Bottoms Up
There will be a new defensive coordinator and perhaps a new schematic approach in 2015. A half dozen or so fresh recruits are scheduled to...

Weekly Report Card: Quick Lane Bowl
Carolina put up another zero on the national stage against Rutgers in the Quick Lane Bowl. The loss gave Larry Fedora his first losing season...

Rutgers loss leaves Tar Heels reeling
North Carolina’s players had planned to be licking their chops right about now, the response elicited from the sweet taste of a postseason victory. The...

Larry Fedora Post-Rutgers Quotes
Larry Fedora: "Well, that’s not the way we wanted to finish off a season but it is what is. Hopefully we’re going to learn from...

Turner's Take: Rapid Reactions - Rutgers
Larry Fedora told Jones Angell before the Quick Lane Bowl kicked off that the Tar Heels would have to play with great energy on both...

UNC hopes to end 2014 season on high note in Quick Lane Bowl
Perhaps Larry Fedora put it best. The third-year North Carolina football coach opened his team's press conference leading up to its appearance in Friday's inaugural...

Tudor: Koenning gone, but UNC defensive obstacles remain
If former coordinator Vic Koenning really was the problem with UNC’s defense during the 2014 football regular season, the Tar Heels should have a decent...

Larry Fedora guides UNC through turmoil to success
There's no doubt the Tar Heels can put up some big numbers. The only problem, and it's a big one, is they have trouble stopping...

Mike Hughes 'a steal' for UNC
UNC coach Larry Fedora is getting a real good one in New Bern High School quarterback Mike Hughes, who this past season threw for 1,263...

Quick Lane Bowl Preview and Prediction: North Carolina vs Rutgers
Larry Fedora’s offense will be effective against the Scarlet Knights’ defense with dual-threat quarterback Marquise Williams being the difference-maker in the end. There should be...

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’...

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