He's going to expect a lot more from his team heading into the offseason - especially now that they're free of the NCAA's postseason ban. "I'm not satisfied with the progress we made anywhere, actually - offense, defense or special teams," Fedora said after Saturday's 45-38 win against Maryland that capped his first season. "I never will be. Won't be next year, the year after that, the year after that. ... We made progress. Did we make enough? No. Are we going to get better? Yes, we're going to get better."