Found May 05, 2012 on Fox Sports Carolinas:
Bryn Renner has been forced to deal with something different and unique during each of his four years at North Carolina. Renner redshirted his first year in Chapel Hill, going through the process of adapting to what he thought at the time was a stable program with a stable coaching staff led by Butch Davis. In year two, Renner battled for a spot on the depth chart while the NCAA infiltrated the Carolina program, finding all kinds of wrongdoings UNC will pay for over the next few years. Last season, Davis was fired less than a week before fall camp opened, replaced by interim coach Everett Withers, who accepted his next job as an assistant at Ohio State before UNC even played in its bowl game. And now, after running a pro-style offense for three seasons, Renner is learning a spread offense under new coach Larry Fedora. The two offensive schemes couldn't be more different, so again, Renner is facing a significant challenge. But if you query his teammates about how the junior ...
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