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Finding speed and tempo central to North Carolina's spring

Monday, March 11, 2013

Any true breakdown of North Carolina football will include no punctuation because coach Larry Fedora doesn't have time for punctuation and neither should his team if it wants to play football at the tempo and rhythm Fedora has cultivated. Phew. See, it's all about tempo: Fedora wants UNC to move so rapidly as to make anything less than non-stop energy and enthusiasm feel unnatural. (USA Today)

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