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Name:Larry Fedora
Hometown:College Station, TX
High School:A&M Consolidated High School
Born:September 10, 1962 (56)
Notes:Football Head Coach
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Jace Ruder Confident in His QB Abilities
Larry Fedora traveled 1,400 miles to put his eyes on the top prospect in Kansas two years ago. Not only was Jace Ruder a four-star...

Mack Brown takes on a second rebuilding job at North Carolina
College Football Hall of Fame member Mack Brown is back in a second stint leading the North Carolina Tar Heels, this time trying to turn...

UNC Football Pushing Tempo On Offense
Larry Fedora introduced the North Carolina fan base to tempo concepts on the football field. Phil Longo will employ a similar approach, although indications are...

ACC Coaches Talk Anonymously About Conference Foes for 2019
On UNC: "Larry Fedora was really close to turning it around at North Carolina, but he might have lost the locker room in the process...

At UNC, Mack Brown Remains The Headline
Just as it was last November when his return was announced, Mack Brown as the Tar Heels' new head coach will be the dominant story...

Environmental Changes For UNC Football
Mack Brown is a man of his word, many of North Carolina’s Tar Heels swear. When he says he will do something for them he...

Player Approved, Tar Heels Embrace Morning Football Practices
Mack Brown the first time, Carl Torbush, John Bunting, Butch Davis, Everett Withers, and Larry Fedora all preferred their football practices in the afternoons during...

Audio: Charlie Heck Previews UNC's Football Season
North Carolina offensive lineman Charlie Heck joins WFNZ's The Clubhouse With Kyle Bailey to preview the Tar Heels' upcoming football season, and the differences that...

Tracking UNC Football's Offseason Roster Movement
Roster turnover is a typical part of college coaching changes, and North Carolina's football roster now looks a lot different than it did when Larry...

UNC DB D.J. Ford Using Fresh Start To Make Positive Impression
A coaching change atop North Carolina’s football program meant a new opportunity for D.J. Ford. That happened late last November, as Mack Brown replaced Larry...


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