Wednesday, December 14, 2011

Fedora is new head coach at North Carolina

The University of North Carolina has hired Larry Fedora as their new head coach. Fedora was previously the head football coach at the University of Southern Mississippi, so let's take a look at the University of Southern Mississippi over the past two seasons.

As of last week the University of Southern Mississippi Golden Eagles were 11-2, with their only losses to currently ranked #73 Marshall and #106 University of Alabama-Birmingham. Both were close games, and with a little luck, USM could have been undefeated, but alas that was not the case. The Golden Eagles will play Nevada in the Hawaii bowl later this month. In terms of their production this season, the Golden Eagles are currently ranked as the #32 team overall, the 30th most productive offense and the 44th most productive defense.

In 2010, the Golden Eagles were 8-4 (with a bowl loss to Louisville). USM finished as the #31 most productive team in the nation last year, with the #17 best offense and the #68th best defense.

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