CHAPEL HILL, N.C. -- As North Carolina nears the end of game preparation for Illinois, Larry Fedora's focus on Wednesday after practice was consistency.
"We've had good practices ... right now, the guys are doing what we've asked them by being consistent in the way we approach practice each and every day, so that has been good," Fedora said.
The head coach said his team must deliver a complete and consistent game in all three phases on Saturday, but he especially wants to start gaining consistency when it comes to pressuring the quarterback.
"That's one of the things we talked about after the game, we've got to transition better from controlling the line of scrimmage to a pass rush," Fedora said "But when we get into those situations, when we know it's pass rush we've got to put more pressure on the quarterback."
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