Duke Blue Devils head football coach David Cutcliffe got his first college coaching job at the University of Tennessee in 1982. The now 62-year-old joined The Jim Rome Show Tuesday on CBS Sports Radio and shared his insight on how much the recruiting game has changed for the worse since taking that job as a Volunteers assistant 35 years ago. 658 more words
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Joel Klatt went on FS1’s Speak for Yourself last Friday and absolutely unloaded on Ole Miss. Klatt not only blasted ousted head coach Hugh Freeze for his actions, but also the entire university for it’s inability to succeed without cheating. 355 more words
This is not a team you usually see near the top of recruiting rankings in football.
After the commitment of three-star wide receiver Dennis Smith (6-foot-2, 185 pounds, Gaffney, SC) on Sunday, … 157 more words
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
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