Fedora still doesn’t know who North Carolina’s starting quarterback will be

Larry FedoraFootball betting fans found out that coach Larry Fedora apparently still doesn’t know who his starting quarterback will be. Pay per head agents can understand the team’s problems in making a decision, considering the intense competition for the role, and local bookies following the Tar Heels hope that they make up their minds as soon as possible.

Local bookies saw that on Monday, Fedora said that the coaches were still not able to decide on Mitch Trubisky or Marquise Williams to start in the team’s opener on Saturday night against Liberty, and many football betting fans can’t wait to find out who will be the one to lead the team when this game gets underway. The coach said that during the preseason, both players got first-team reps, and he did not make any public comments regarding a deadline, leaving the team’s football betting fans wondering about who will be the one to take the job.

Pay per head agents remember very well when last year, Williams started as quarterback in six games for the Tar Heels, including the last five as the team impressed many football betting fans when they went from starting 1-5 to winning a bowl showdown. Football betting fans were amazed to see the player throw for 1,698 yards, and he was able to score 15 touchdowns along the way. He also ran for 536 yards – which is a team-best, and local bookies can see that this is clear proof of the player being a great asset to the team, and one who could help them make it very far – perhaps winning another bowl game, or making it even further.

And pay per head agents learned that the Tar Heels also don’t know whether they will have the services of defensive tackle Ethan Farmer, who is a possible starter, due to a problem regarding the player’s eligibility. The nature of the problem has not been specified, and local bookies would like to find out what happened.

Local bookies know that there’s a big question mark over who will start as quarterback for North Carolina, and will see how things develop for the team.