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Episode 078: Butch Davis reaction with Michael Felder

Butch Davis was dismissed. Right or wrong decision? Associated Press photo.

Michael Felder from In the Bleachers

Butch Davis was dismissed. Right or wrong decision? Associated Press photo.

Who better to get a quick reaction to the Butch Davis dismissal than a former Tar Heel who lives and breathes college football? Michael Felder from In the Bleachers joined me for a brief chat Thursday morning to discuss the North Carolina coaching change and talked about his feelings about the state of the program.

After reading the press release issued by the university, what did Felder have to say? Does he trust the university to make the best decisions to improve the football program moving forward? And what will the legacy of Davis be during his time in Chapel Hill?

After touching on some of the instant reaction to the news about the Tar Heels I take advantage of my time with Felder to talk about some of the bigger stories in college football over the past week by looking at the media days for the SEC, ACC, Pac-12 and even the Mountain West Conference. As Felder’s fans and readers know, he always has an opinion on everything, and I’m thankful to have him on to discuss topics such as the Pac-12’s network plans. What it all comes down to is that Larry Scott is the man. We also get some talk about the Boise State uniform issue.

After listening to this conversation, be sure you listen to Felder’s own podcast commentary on the Davis news if you have not already.

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About the Author

Kevin McGuire
Contributor to College Football Talk on NBCSports.com. Also a contributor to Athlon Sports and The Comeback. Member of Football Writers Association of America and National Football Foundation. Follow on Twitter @KevinOnCFB.
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