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5 Reasons Why You Will Love The 2020 College Football Season

5 reasons why you’ll love the 2020 college football season.  

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5. The most interesting college football in 2020 will be played in … Mississippi? 2,137 more words

CFN

The arrivals of Mike Leach and Lane Kiffin in Mississippi just made the Egg Bowl a must-watch rivalry

Mike Leach is leaving Washington State to take over as head coach for Mississippi State, USA TODAY Sports confirmed Thursday. This is huge news for the 58-year-old coach who’s famous for his air raid offense and is approaching two decades as a head coach. 679 more words

NCAAF

Tough Love Part 1: What Does Abusive Coaching Look Like?

That’s a good question, and one that the college sports world doesn’t seem to have a comprehensive answer to. Sometimes, it’s hard to draw a line between tough coaching and abuse in athletic environments where athletes are conditioned to endure physical pain and tough things out mentally on a daily basis. 311 more words

College Sports

D.J. Durkin doesn't deserve a second chance in college football

On Thursday, Ole Miss announced it was hiring D.J. Durkin, the former Maryland coach, to be an assistant under new head coach Lane Kiffin.

It’s a shocking decision from Kiffin and Ole Miss AD Keith Carter. 607 more words

NCAAF

Lane Kiffin compares Nick Saban to his dad, 'Shawshank Redemption' character

After three seasons with Florida Atlantic, Lane Kiffin is back in the SEC after recently taking the Ole Miss head coach job. As a guest on… 616 more words

NCAAF

Hogs regrowin', Rebels gunnin'

Arkansas Football: Rebuild the FoundationSean Clark

Jan. 6, 2012. The Razorbacks have just defeated Kansas State 29-16 in the Cotton Bowl and finished number five in the AP Poll. 1,288 more words

Paul Finebaum says Nick Saban and Lane Kiffin are 'obsessed' with each other

Nick Saban’s coaching tree is formidable, and his former assistants have experienced a wide variety of success. But they still have yet to figure out how to beat their old boss. 342 more words

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