In College Football, A Little Coordination Makes An Enormous Difference
By The ACC Insider, ACC Area Sports Journal
September 2, 2002
GREENSBORO - The downfall of Carl Torbush as the head football coach at North Carolina began in 1998, when he dipped into the 1960s to hire archaic offensive coordinator Steve Marshall, who insisted on shoving well-rounded quarterback Ronald Curry into his square offense.
Three years and many clouds of dust…
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