"We roll them," Fedora said. "One guy starts the day with the ones and then the next day the other guy starts with the ones. They're both still getting reps with ones and twos every day."
As for how long the 50-50 split would last, Fedora inferred that decision was up to the quarterbacks.
"When one guy deserves more reps, he'll get more reps," he said.
Trubisky had the stronger performance of the two in last Friday's scrimmage at Ardrey Kell High School in Charlotte. The 6-foot-3, 215-pounder threw three touchdown passes, including a 70-yard score to Bug Howard on a tipped ball and a 60-yard score to Damien Washington.
"I think he's really doing a nice job," Fedora said of Trubisky. "He picked up where he left off. He's done a good job studying the game and understands what we're trying to do. Now it's just getting as many reps as possible under his belt so that he feels more comfortable back there."
** Speaking of the scrimmage, Fedora offered a mixed review on Friday's results.
"We put them in as many uncomfortable situations as possible and hopefully they'll get comfortable in those situations," Fedora said. "It was sloppy in a lot of areas, but it was good in some areas. We had some young guys that made some plays, so every rep is really good for us at this point."
UNC will travel to Greensboro on Friday to hold its second open scrimmage at Grimsley High School at 7pm.
** Fedora didn't mince words when asked about his offensive line's development.
"We've still got a long way to go," the third-year UNC head coach said.
UNC returns three starters from last season's line in junior right guard Landon Turner, sophomore left guard Caleb Peterson and sophomore right tackle Jon Heck. Peterson is sidelined this spring due to injury.
Fedora indicated there was not a lot of continuity up front due to some lingering injuries. One of those injuries belongs to heralded true freshman Bentley Spain, who is competing for the open left tackle position.
"Bentley's got a class on Wednesday so he's not out here on Wednesdays, so he's getting two days a week, and on top of that, he's got a pec strain, so we're not seeing a whole lot from him," Fedora said.
With Bentley limited, sophomore John Ferranto and red-shirt freshman R.J. Prince are receiving the primary reps at left tackle.
Fedora initially joked about asking opponents to play 7-on-7 when asked about potential concerns if his line didn't develop quickly enough before closing the conversation with sobering words.
"I've never been on a good team that didn't have an offensive line," Fedora said. "You won't be good. There's just no way around it. You can only do so many smoke and mirror tricks. Eventually you've got to block somebody."