UNC prone to wild swings in Fedora's 1st year

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CHAPEL HILL, N.C. (AP) — North Carolina is battling inconsistency in the first three games under new coach Larry Fedora.

The coach said Monday that he's still figuring out "what buttons to push" and that he needs to do a better job of making sure his players are ready to play with intensity at kickoff. The Tar Heels are coming off a wild game at Louisville in which they fell behind 29-0 in the first half then nearly completed a stunning comeback before falling 39-34.

That followed a 28-27 loss at Wake Forest in which the Tar Heels rallied from an early deficit and controlled the second half before allowing the winning touchdown with 2 minutes left.

Quarterback Bryn Renner says things will click soon UNC (1-2), which faces East Carolina on Saturday.

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