Coming off its worst performance since Larry Fedora took over before last season, UNC (1-3, 0-1 ACC) has been attempting to change the attitude of the team this week heading into today’s game at Virginia Tech (12:30 p.m., WRAL).
Former tutor Jennifer Wiley Thompson is the first person to face criminal charges stemming from the football scandal at UNC-Chapel Hill.
North Carolina coach Larry Fedora said that the only consistent part of his offense is its inconsistency. Now UNC must get bounce back against Virginia Tech, which features the fourth-ranked defense in the country and has already bottled up two teams that the Tar Heels (1-3, 0-1 ACC) couldn’t contain.
Quarterback Bryn Renner wore a protective boot over his left foot when he met with the media on Monday.
Maryland, Virginia Tech and Fresno State replace Oklahoma State, Notre Dame and Georgia Tech after Week 5.
There’s no greater discrepancy in offensive systems than the one between the run-oriented triple option of Georgia Tech and the “air raid” passing attack at East Carolina.
The main question so far this week around North Carolina is, what’s wrong with the offense? But you wouldn’t know it from talking to East Carolina coach Ruffin McNeill.
“We accepted the penalties without appeal and are not going back to revisit it now,” UNC athletic director Bubba Cunningham said.
After reaching 400 total yards in every game last year, UNC hasn’t come close in two of its three games this season, netting 293 yards against South Carolina and 319 against Georgia Tech.