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Jon Gruden says "Urban Meyer did the greatest coaching job of all time"

Jon Gruden went on Colin Cowherd’s radio show on Thursday and the topic shifted to spread offenses and how successful they have been. Gruden pointed to how spread teams that play with tempo have been able to find success against great defensive teams in the SEC, and talked specifically about Ohio State’s run to the national championship and gave Urban Meyer incredibly high praise for the coaching job he did this past season. 282 more words

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Bigger playoff, fewer bowls?

When Nick Saban isn’t narrowly pursuing his self-interests, I find he often has thoughtful things to say about college football.  This is one of those times: 317 more words

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Raise sends Dan Mullen into SEC West's $4 million club

Dan Mullen rounds out the group.

All seven SEC West coaches are slated to make at least $4 million this fall, with Alabama’s Nick Saban leading the way — and the country — … 197 more words

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Once-homeless Baylor football player ruled ineligible

On Wednesday, the Baylor Bears confirmed that walk-on running back Silas Nacita will no longer be eligible to play for their team because he accepted impermissible benefits while he was homeless last summer. 331 more words


Oklahoma State's Gundy adds five to his staff

Oklahoma State’s Mike Gundy announced Thursday the hiring of three new assistants and two staff members.

One of the new staff members is Darrell Wyatt, who served as two-year stint as wide receivers coach for Texas. 172 more words


So who is going to watch FIFA World Cup 2022?

So this world cup is turning into a bit of a mess. The country hosting it is too hot to host humans and the season they want to move it to is too competitive to stand out. 413 more words

Temple Defeats Houston 66-54 To End Two-Game Skid

PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Quenton DeCosey scored 16 points and Jaylen Bond added 15 more to lead Temple to a 66-54 win over Houston on Thursday night. 132 more words