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Tight end may be pivotal for Tide under new coordinator

TUSCALOOSA — From the moment he first heard Brian Daboll was going to be Alabama’s next offensive coordinator, Hale Hentges’ mind raced with possibilities.

Daboll came to Tuscaloosa after spending the last three seasons as the New England Patriots’ tight ends coach, during which he helped Rob Gronkowski to back-to-back 1,000-yard, 10-plus touchdown seasons. 869 more words

SEC News

Duke emphasizes physicality with latest signing class

DURHAM, N.C. (AP) — Duke wanted to bring in more physicality with this year’s recruiting class.

Coach David Cutcliffe announced his 22-player group of incoming freshmen Wednesday, saying he “felt like we needed to change the course of Duke football to become more and more physical.” 304 more words

Presto NCAA

Sullivan | Run game is UK's 'puncher's chance'

Kentucky can run, but it can’t hide. It can move the chains, eat the clock, grind out gains with a pair of 1,000 rushers and a gameplan devoted to ball control. 679 more words

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ACC, SEC, Pac-12 test a 'safety net' of collaborative replay

GREENSBORO, N.C. (AP) — It’s a football Saturday at the Atlantic Coast Conference headquarters, and Michael Strickland sits in a windowless room scanning a wall of flat-panel televisions and monitors on a nearby table. 1,180 more words

SEC News

ACC, SEC, Pac-12 test a 'safety net' of collaborative replay

GREENSBORO, N.C. (AP) — It’s a football Saturday at the Atlantic Coast Conference headquarters, and Michael Strickland sits in a windowless room scanning a wall of flat-panel televisions and monitors on a nearby table. 1,180 more words

Presto NCAA

Duke Preview and Prediction

The Hokies were finally able to break the curse of Heinz Field. It took a gritty effort and for the first time in a long time, the offense had to pick up Bud Foster’s defense. 597 more words

Virginia Tech

Friday Night Fight, Part 2: Louisville v. Duke

Last Time: The Duke Blue Devils marched to a 13-point lead in the second half, but behind Damion Lee’s 24 points, the Cardinals were able to rally back and take a 71-64 win over the Blue Devils, avenging their loss two weeks earlier at Cameron Indoor Arena. 880 more words

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