CHAPEL HILL, N.C. (AP) These days, North Carolina coach Larry Fedora is staring at game film looking for something positive, even if it's just a freshman wide receiver blocking the right guy on a play.
Everything has turned into a struggle for the Tar Heels in a lost season, one done in by a bad mix of inexperience and injuries. They're coming off a 52-point loss that essentially ensured a bowl-less postseason, but the sixth-year coach said Monday he isn't making major changes after guiding the Tar Heels (1-7, 0-5 Atlantic Coast Conference) to four straight bowl games and a trip to the league championship game just two seasons ago.
"I'm not shaky about my philosophy," Fedora said two days after a 59-7 loss at Virginia Tech that stands as the worst of his tenure. "I'm not questioning whether I can coach. I'm not questioning whether our coaches can coach. I'm not questioning those kind of things.