North Carolina coach Larry Fedora, a former Oklahoma State assistant, said the Sports Illustrated report about Oklahoma State was "shocking." ROBERT WILLETT
CHAPEL HILL — Before becoming the head coach at North Carolina, Larry Fedora was the head coach at Southern Miss. And before that, he was the offensive coordinator at Oklahoma State, where he worked from 2005 through 2007.
That time period is right in the middle of one that is the focus of a lengthy Sports Illustrated investigation into the Oklahoma State football program. SI’s series, which is being released in installments, alleges that Oklahoma State players were paid, that they had coursework done for them and that drug use was rampant, among other things.
Fedora after UNC practice earlier today addressed the SI report. Here’s his Q-and-A with reporters: