Steve Spurrier calls this talking season, these weeks leading up to preseason football camp.
In the Triangle, it has morphed into picture-taking season.
It all started on Monday, when UNC coach Larry Fedora traveled to Bristol, Conn., to participate in ESPNs annual round of interviews for college coaches. While he was on Sportscenter, a picture of Fedora at the beach hit the screen and then quickly made the rounds on Twitter.
The 51-year-old has a full six-pack. According to ESPNs Brett McMurphy, Fedoras recipe for success is no beer, no cardio work and weightlifting for 45 minutes four days a week.
Feel free to jump off the couch and get on that.
Not to be outdone, Duke head coach David Cutcliffe and N.C. State coach Dave Doeren showed off their own six-packs after their interview rounds Wednesday.
Now, really, feel free to jump off the couch and get on that.
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