Larry Fedora, hired as North Carolina’s football coach in January 2012, comes to UNC after four years as head coach at the University of Southern Mississippi and hopes to revive a program reeling from NCAA sanctions. He replaces interim head coach Everett Withers, who took over the Tar Heels after Butch Davis was fired in September 2011 in connection with a NCAA investigation into the football program.
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Tim Scott has seen all the cracks with the North Carolina football team.
Since Aug. 30, the Georgia Tech football game was the first time the North Carolina running backs had gotten more than 30 touches in a game.
Three minutes, seven seconds, one final conversation — a coach and his quarterback.
As the North Carolina football team stood dumbfounded Saturday night in Kenan Memorial Stadium after Georgia Tech took a 43-42 lead on a 75-yard reverse play with just more than three minutes remaining, Coach Larry Fedora turned to the one guy on the sideline he knew he could count on. Marquise Williams.
In the pressroom after UNC’s 48-43 win against Georgia Tech Saturday night, after Marquise Williams set a UNC record for total yards in consecutive games, I asked Larry Fedora a question.
If you ever want anything from Marquise Williams, be sure to have cash, because the quarterback never takes credit.
A knowing silence took hold of Kenan Stadium.
After the North Carolina football team's 34-17 loss to Virginia Tech Oct. 4, the Tar Heels’ offensive linemen decided they needed to make amends.
UNC football players can now text their breakfast orders in to chefs and pick them up from the Kenan Football Center on the way to class.
Coach Larry Fedora stuttered for a second and cited a vague form of positive reinforcement as punishment.
Notre Dame Stadium grew eerily quiet as more than 80,000 fans stood in shock trying to make sense of what had just happened.
He gave everything he had in him, and then a little more because that’s what Marquise Williams does.
Just Sunday, North Carolina quarterback Marquise Williams saw his phone light up with Everett Golson’s name on it.
As the North Carolina football team prepares to head to South Bend, Ind., to take on No. 5 Notre Dame, Coach Larry Fedora is excited about where his team is sitting.
Elijah Hood had just downloaded Vine, the popular smartphone app that allows users to create short videos that then play on a looping cycle.
It’s the little things, Larry Fedora says.
Elijah Hood, a small streak of dried bright red blood under his right knee, fiddled with a card in his wallet, searching for answers in the Kenan Memorial Stadium media room.
Larry Fedora must be a masochist. When he’s not shooting himself in the foot on the football field, he’s doing it in the pressroom.
"Smart, Fast and Physical" is all but tattooed on every North Carolina football player, but on Saturday, in a 34-17 loss to Virginia Tech, coach Larry Fedora's mantra was nowhere to be found.
Assistant Sports Editors Brendan Marks and Carlos Collazo caught up with TechSideline.com reporter Jacob Emert to discuss North Carolina's game this Saturday against Virginia Tech.
Here is the refrain T.J. Thorpe has been telling his fellow receivers: Control the things you can control.