CHAPEL HILL, N.C. (AP) — North Carolina's spring workouts under new coach Larry Fedora are focused on more than installing new plays and formations. It's about teaching the Tar Heels first how to practice with an intense and fast-paced philosophy.
Offensive coordinator Blake Anderson says the Tar Heels are making strides, but that "it's just going to be a grind" as the players try to learn all the changes to the practice.
Fedora says the team is "starting to understand what we expect," but added "we're not even close to being there yet."
Quarterback Bryn Renner says the team is adjusting to the faster tempo in practice, though he says there was a "culture shock" the first week of spring practices.
North Carolina's spring game to wrap up practices is in a week.
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