Upon controversial opinions and losing season records, UNC's seventh-year head football coach Larry Fedora made his final exit.
Mack Brown has a lot to catch up on before next football season, but he has his sights set on many North Carolina victories next year.
After an embarrassing loss to N.C. state to conclude a dismal season, UNC football's season finale game erupted into physical fighting against N.C. state. Here's what Fedora had to say, and what punishments those involved will face.
Larry Fedora's seventh year as the UNC head football coach is also his last, the University announced on Sunday. The announcement came just after a loss to N.C. State marked the end of North Carolina football's worst season since 2003. During his tenure, UNC had a combined record of 45-43 — having some of its best and worst seasons in recent program history under the coach. Read about Fedora's turbulent time at the helm of the Tar Heels here.
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Even though UNC scored 10 points shy of 100 against Stanford Monday night, Roy Williams wasn't satisfied with his players' defensive performance.
Last season, the Tar Heels ranked second-to-last in the ACC in 3-point defense despite finishing in a tie for third place in the conference standings. By the time the Aggies played UNC in Charlotte, it marked the 20th time — out of 37 games — when the Tar Heels' opponent made 10 or more shots from downtown.
By the time Duke quarterback Daniel Jones streaked down the right sideline for a 61-yard touchdown at the end of the second quarter, his career day against North Carolina was already well underway.
"To have that happen not only in your backyard, but at the school you attended," Ratliff-Williams said. "It was just crazy."