UNC run game comes under close scrutiny by coaches
Thu Sep 12, 2013
After losing three offensive linemen and all-ACC running back Giovani Bernard to the NFL, it was expected North Carolina’s running game would take time to develop. That didn’t make it any easier for UNC coach Larry Fedora during Saturday’s win over Middle Tennessee. “The entire game I’m trying to figure out why we’re not running the ball effectively,” Fedora said.
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