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Larry Fedora on UNC making it to a bowl game, and what went wrong in his time at UNC.


Since was fired as North Carolina’s head coach in November 2018, his life has changed. He’s spent a year out of the limelight, away from cameras and microphones. Away from the criticism that comes from being a head coach. But he’s still attached to football. Fedora, who coached at UNC for seven seasons, is now an analyst at Texas. (Charlotte Observer)

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