Found December 25, 2011 on Crystal Ball Run:
Every year, coaches and coordinators play musical chairs in the nether-period between the end of college football's regular season and the bowl games. The shakeout normally leaves teams in the awkward position of playing for an interim placeholder – usually a coordinator who's also looking for work – in place of the departed coach. Occasionally, coaches stick around to see the season through, as Larry Fedora did for Southern Miss this year. North Carolina's new head coach steered the Golden Eagles to a 24-17 win over the Nevada Wolf Pack Saturday night in the Sheraton Hawaii Bowl. The win capped off a 12-2 season for the Conference USA champs. Nevada finished the season at 7-6. Although their typically potent offense sputtered, the Golden Eagles managed to ride their defense to victory. Southern Miss held Chris Ault's high-flying Nevada attack to a measly 313 yards of total offense, the Wolf Pack's second-lowest output of the season. Nevada quarterbacks Cody Fa...
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