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A Guide to the Best Spring Football Storylines

April 5, 2013
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A Guide to the Best Spring Football Storylines

When it comes to spring, everyone is dialed in to his own team and respective position battles. Folks at Florida State are wondering who is going to win the three-man derby at quarterback. Nebraska fans are wondering what Bo Pelini’s plan is for fixing the defense. USC fans wonder how the switch from the Tampa-2…

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Rutgers needs to fire basketball coach Mike Rice after report details allegations of abusive behavior

April 3, 2013
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Rutgers needs to fire basketball coach Mike Rice after report details allegations of abusive behavior

On the day last December when he suspended basketball coach Mike Rice for three games, athletic director Tim Pernetti said, “Accountability is a vital element of the Rutgers athletics family and it is imperative our head coaches act and lead in a responsible manner.” If accountability is still vital in the Rutgers athletic family Tuesday,…

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April brings renewal, big questions as spring ball kicks into high gear

April 2, 2013
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April brings renewal, big questions as spring ball kicks into high gear

A year ago today, Arkansas’ coach chose to ride a motorcycle down a country road near Fayetteville without a helmet and with a woman who was not his wife. There have been bigger April Fools, but the list has to be a short one. Smack in the middle of spring practice, more than the fortunes of the coach…

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How Mike Gundy nearly became a Tennessee Vol

March 29, 2013
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How Mike Gundy nearly became a Tennessee Vol

Mike Gundy thought seriously about leaving Stillwater — where he’s played quarterback, served as head coach for eight seasons and made his home — because of scheduling. Yes, scheduling. Well, on paper that was the reason. But to Gundy, scheduling symbolized a broader issue. He didn’t think scheduling two kickoff games – Mississippi State in Houston in…

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Oklahoma State football assistant leaves for Ole Miss

March 6, 2013
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Oklahoma State football assistant leaves for Ole Miss

An Oklahoma State offseason already filled with coaching staff turnover got a late curveball Tuesday, with news surfacing that cornerbacks coach Jason Jones has left Stillwater after five seasons to take a similar position at Mississippi. An OSU source confirmed Jones’ departure, which was first reported by KFOR’s Bob Barry Jr. The move leaves the…

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Oklahoma football: New hires bring recruiting experience from different parts of country

February 25, 2013
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Oklahoma football: New hires bring recruiting experience from different parts of country

Judging from his two recent hires, Oklahoma coach Bob Stoops has clearly made improved recruiting a top priority. Relationship building and commitment closing, though, aren’t the only improvements Stoops seeks; Bill Bedenbaugh and Jerry Montgomery each bring recruiting experience in different parts of the country, which should allow Oklahoma to expand its national footprint. That’s…

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SEC, Big 12 talk possible scheduling agreement

January 31, 2013
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SEC, Big 12 talk possible scheduling agreement

The Big 12 hasn’t made any secret of the fact that it’s looking to create a partnership with another conference, hoping to boost its nonconference scheduling, television profile and other interests. But what leagues that it might be in discussions with, other than the ACC, have officially been a secret. Not anymore: SEC spokesman Mark Womack told al.com on Wednesday…

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Lane Johnson, Landry Jones tried to make strong impressions on NFL scouts at Senior Bowl

January 28, 2013
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Lane Johnson, Landry Jones tried to make strong impressions on NFL scouts at Senior Bowl

Lane Johnson and Landry Jones each spent the week leading up to Saturday’s Senior Bowl in Mobile, Ala., making strong impressions on NFL scouts. Both former Oklahoma standouts had something to prove; Johnson, whose strong senior season might’ve elevated him into first-round status, remains relatively inexperienced at his offensive tackle position. And for Jones, questions…

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If you like college football, you should love Johnny Manziel

January 4, 2013
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If you like college football, you should love Johnny Manziel

Johnny Manziel stepped onto the Cowboys Stadium turf the other day looking like he’d just rolled out of bed. His hair was messed up. His contacts were replaced by glasses. “These late nights,” the Texas A&M quarterback mused, “go to sleep at 2, wake up at 7.” As he talked during Cotton Bowl Media Day,…

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