ICTV: Fedora, Heels Still in 'Camp Mode'

Larry Fedora has his team still in 'camp mode,' as his post-practice interview session on Wednesday touched on Cole Holcomb, Mack Hollins, Bentley Spain and more.

CHAPEL HILL, N.C. -- For the Tar Heel football players, classes started on Tuesday, but training camp has been in session for more than two weeks now and according to head coach Larry Fedora remain very much in 'camp mode.'

"I'm more worried about us than I am anything right now, we haven't started on South Carolina yet and we wont for a while," the head coach said after practice on Wednesday.

"We're still in a camp mode for us, even though school has started we're still in camp mode. It's still about getting us ready for the entire season."

But the opener is now just a couple weeks away.

Fedora highlighted the emergence of walk-on linebacker Cole Holcomb, the versatile options in the running game, Mack Hollins's improvements at wideout, Bentley Spain's solidifying the left tackle position, and improved confidence in the kicking game.

For the Fedora's full post practice comments see the above video.

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