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North Carolina head coach Larry Fedora blew up ACC Media Day by saying the future of the United States of America hinges on football and questioning CTE research. Could, should and will North Carolina fire him? If so, what precedent would it set for other programs? And who could replace him as head coach in 2019? Seth Littrell, Neal Brown and Blake Anderson are among the possibilities. Read more: https://herosports.com/college-football/larry-fedora-north-carolina-fired-candidates-cte-ahah
Seth Littrell, who for the past two seasons has been the offensive coordinator at North Carolina, will be the new head coach at North Texas, according to an ESPN report on Saturday. If Littrell leaves UNC, he would do so after he helped lead the Tar Heels to one of the most prolific offensive seasons in school history. The Tar Heels enter the ACC Championship game on Saturday night against Clemson averaging 495.7 yards per game, which ranks 16th nationally. UNC averages 7.46 yards per play, which is second nationally. The Tar Heels' offense has been particularly explosive this season, to
Littrell's is Larry Fedora at UNC. Fedora's name is being thrown around for some of the biggest jobs in the country. The UNC guys see Littrell as a possible replacement if Fedora leaves. "That all being said, Bubba can look at Chizik or, if he does not mind the idea of running a program where the coach leaves every time they're good, he could pick someone off of Urban Meyer's staff or any SEC coordinator. I personally would be most interested in Seth Littrell getting the nod. I like the way the offense looks and he should know all Fedora's tricks, keeping continuity. I don't think there woul