Larry Fedora is going to need to buy some real estate in Florida soon.

North Carolina has made it two in a row in the Sunshine State by beating Florida State and Miami -- teams that were expected to play in the ACC Championship game this year.

Now the Tar Heels may end up making a return visit to Florida this December.

After both Virginia and Virginia Tech lost on Saturday, every team in the ACC Coastal has at least one loss. Although the Hokies smacked the Tar Heels last week in Chapel Hill, it looks like more of an outlier in their schedule -- it also happened to be played in a hurricane.

If they are going to get back to the title game for a second straight year, it's going to come down to how well quarterback Mitch Trubisky plays. In the Tar Heels' wins this season, Trubisky is averaging 371.8 yards in the air. He dusted the Canes for 299 yards on Saturday.

His ability to escape pressure and give the threat of the run really confused Miami on Saturday and could be a threat for the rest of the year. Even with starting running back Elijah Hood at less than 100 percent, the running game provided just as much damage with T.J. Logan totaling 88 yards on the ground.

The offense was able to get back on track after failing to do much of anything against Virginia Tech, piling up 461 yards of total offense.

With a remaining schedule of at Virginia, Georgia Tech, at Duke, Citadel and NC State, things set up very favorably for the Tar Heels to make a run. If Trubisky is able to keep things moving and provide a threat in the running game, these Tar Heels could provide a real threat to whichever team they meet in Orlando.