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Name:Larry Fedora
Hometown:College Station, TX
High School:A&M Consolidated High School
Born:September 10, 1962 (57)
Notes:Football Head Coach
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Larry Fedora's name tied to Ole Miss opening
Former North Carolina coach and current Texas analyst Larry Fedora is the latest name to be thrown into college football's coaching carousel. According to Brad...

Larry Fedora expected to move on from Texas after this season
Even though Tom Herman listed current Texas analyst Larry Fedora as a member of his “small” inner circle this week, it’s not likely Fedora will...

Myles Dorn Cherishes UNC Experience, Connection with Mack Brown
On Saturday, North Carolina senior safety Myles Dorn will play his final game in Kenan Stadium. His journey at UNC has been unique. Dorn committed...

Kansas football’s Manny Miles relishing opportunity to spend final season with father
Manny Miles spent his first four college football seasons in Chapel Hill as a walk-on quarterback at North Carolina under then-coach Larry Fedora. The opportunity...

North Carolina, Virginia Tech Have a Football Rivalry Brewing
UNC and Virginia Tech have quite a bit of football history. The recruiting battles have been as intense as the games, whether it was UNC...

Jay Bateman's Defensive Showcase
Despite talent and depth concerns this season, UNC defensive coordinator Jay Bateman has turned around a Tar Heel defense that had served as the butt...

Mack Brown hasn't forgotten Larry Fedora
Mack Brown said he and Larry Fedora have stayed in contact since he took over the program, speaking about once a month. "Larry and I...

Audio: Mack Brown on UNC's Emotional Win Over South Carolina
UNC pulled off one of Week 1’s most notable upsets. The Tar Heels, behind freshman quarterback Sam Howell, rallied to beat South Carolina, 24-20. Three...

'Life after football': How UNC football players are honing their off-field talents
Under Larry Fedora, North Carolina football players were always free to express themselves. But Allen Cater said new head coach Mack Brown and his staff...

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...


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