CHAPEL HILL, N.C. (AP) — North Carolina coach Larry Fedora says the team hasn't decided yet who will call plays in the Belk Bowl after offensive coordinator Blake Anderson took the head coaching job at Arkansas State.
Fedora said after Thursday's practice that he's excited for Anderson to get the job but sad to lose him. Fedora said there's no hurry to replace Anderson, saying it's about "getting the right fit" for the staff as well as someone who will "recruit hard and coach hard."
Fedora also said it's possible the team might promote one of the assistants on staff to offensive coordinator permanently.
The Tar Heels (6-6) face Cincinnati (9-3) in Charlotte on Dec. 28.