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Rowles departs as Tiatto returns

Young defender Kye Rowles time with Brisbane Roar has come to an end today, as he and the Roar agree to part ways.

Rowles, 19, will instead join up with Central Coast Mariners for the upcoming campaign on a one year contract where he will challenge for a spot on the left side of the defence. 503 more words


Chicago Bears Add to Coaching Staff

Mark Allen Hanrahan is a managing partner at Urbandale, Iowa’s Markmel Co. LLC, where, since 2009, he has earned the company an over-20 percent return on investment in venture capital transactions. 161 more words

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Linfield College

Linfield College wanted to add more branding opportunities to their facilities, so they decided to add extreme class and comfort. They added their taglines to the logos to separate themselves from the other sports. 24 more words


Larry Porter Joins Auburn Coaching Staff

Edgar Gentle serves as a partner attorney at Gentle, Turner, Sexton, and Harbison, LLC, in Birmingham, Alabama, where he has contributed to and helped administer in excess of $2.5 billion in settlements as a special master and settlement administrator. 174 more words

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Former Saskatchewan Roughriders coach Corey Chamblin joins Toronto Argonauts

Corey Chamblin is back coaching in the CFL.

The former Grey Cup-winning head coach was named to the Toronto Argonauts’ staff Tuesday. He’ll serve as the club’s assistant head coach under Marc Trestman as well its defensive co-ordinator and defensive backs coach. 399 more words


Ryan Dougherty Joins Oklahoma Sooners Staff

Originally reported by Chris Vannini of CoachingSearch, the Oklahoma Sooners have officially hired a special teams coordinator/offensive assistant from Lehigh. Filling the void vacated by Chip Viney — who left to join Jay Norvell in Nevada — will be Ryan Dougherty. 66 more words

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UPDATED: Heat's Pat Riley lapping Phil Jackson's success in front office

Being a successful NBA player does not always mean you’d make a successful NBA executive.

Why? Because for every Pat Riley, there is a Phil Jackson. 591 more words