Alabama coach Nick Saban addressed the media Wednesday after the team’s third spring practice. Here is a summary of what he said: — Saban said he is pleased with what the players have done so far. ...
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STATE COLLEGE -- Three years ago, a three-point loss to Pittsburgh may have kept Penn State out of the College Football Playoff. In 2017, a 39-38 come-from-ahead loss at Ohio State came before a ...
Steve Spurrier, 73, was coaching in the United States Football League (USFL) several years before any of his current Orlando Apollos players were even born. But his ancient football wisdom isn't what ...
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The Opening regionals reached the Houston-area this weekend, prompting some of the state’s premier prospects to flock to Legacy Stadium in Katy. Among the masses was a multitude of Texas targets and ...
Ann Arbor — Transitions aren’t always easy, but they are typically what college football players make them. Greg Mattison and Al Washington, Michigan’s defensive-line and linebackers coaches, ...
ANN ARBOR -- Anthony Campanile sported a baggy pair of blue sweatpants and a white Michigan windbreaker during his introduction to the media. Campanile, 36, is here in Ann Arbor thanks to a group of ...
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All this contract talk with Alabama football assistant coaches can get a little confusing. Let’s make this easy. To best explain how much each coach is making compared to that position a year ago, we ...
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When UCF opened spring football practice last season, the Knights faced the daunting task of searching for a replacement for veteran tight end Michael Colubiale. Fortunately for coach Josh Heupel and ...
Michigan football has a chip on its shoulder after Ohio State debacle Michigan football coach Jim Harbaugh spoke with WJR-AM on Tuesday morning. Check out this story on Freep.com: ...
The 2019 season is one that will see the bar raised for the Oregon Ducks. The second season under head coach Mario Cristobal could see the Ducks challenge for the Pac-12 title if things go ...