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Football never really died at UAB, even after it was killed, and now Blazers are back

BIRMINGHAM — Inside the shed by the practice field, where football coach Bill Clark made his players cry thankful tears in 2014 because he scrounged up enough money to turn it into a locker room so they wouldn’t have to use the one in the basement of the basketball arena several hundred yards away, the lockers all have been ripped out. 2,450 more words

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Bill Clark promotes Hindley Bingham to RBs coach at UAB

As UAB football continues preparations for its return, Bill Clark has tweaked his Blazers coaching staff.

In a press release, the football program announced that… 196 more words

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STILL BLAZED: UAB pounds No. 14 Auburn 8-2

Auburn dropped its fifth straight game to in-state competition and continued its downfall against schools above 150th in the RPI.

Alabama-Birmingham dominated a 8-2 home victory over No. 391 more words

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Star RB from 'Last Chance U' leaving UAB

D.J. Law‘s time as a member of the UAB football program is over before it really got started.

Head coach Bill Clark confirmed to… 175 more words

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Art Briles resurfaces at coaching clinic, hints at coaching another decade

Disgraced ex-Baylor coach Art Briles is back in the news.

AL.com reports that Briles was, for some reason, invited to the Birmingham Football Coaching Clinic by UAB coaches to speak to high school coaches in a session titled, “Making Concepts Into Themes.” 265 more words

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Josh Jackson leads No. 6 Kansas past UAB in CBE Classic

KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Josh Jackson has been huddling with the Kansas coaching staff since the start of the season, and the message has been the same: If you quit fouling so much, you would say on the floor more. 888 more words

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Makhtar Gueye Commits to UAB

The Rutgers staff found out earlier today that they’ve lost the recruiting battle for Makhtar Gueye, a 6’10” Forward from Aspire Academy (AZ). Gueye instead chose UAB. 196 more words

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