Bryn Renner first became North Carolina's starting quarterback under an interim coach, then had to learn a new offense once the school hired a permanent coach for the following season.
Things are a bit easier now that he's a senior.
After directing the Tar Heels to school records for total offense and scoring last year, Renner finally has some continuity by returning to the same no-huddle attack under the same coaching staff.
''You feel so much more comfortable going to the line of scrimmage, knowing where your key reads are - for everybody,'' Renner said Saturday at the Tar Heels' annual preseason media day. ''You've had game reps of doing these things and you can build off last season's game film. We haven't had a chance to do that here in quite some time because of the coaching changes and things like that.''
The biggest change for Renner and the Tar Heels is that they know they're free of a one-year postseason ban from the NCAA for violations dating back to 2008. It kept the...