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Bob Knight continues to flip off the state of Indiana despite the efforts to mend his relationship with the school. Via Gregg Doyel of the Indianapolis Star.
Western Michigan is the only undefeated Group of Five school and coach P.J. Fleck is a hot commodity. Chantel Jennings of ESPN.com provides insight on how Fleck approaches his pre-game speeches.
LSU’s offense under interim coach Ed Ogeron has displayed big-play capabilities and Ross Dellenger of the Baton Rouge Advocate writes that could be a key factor against top-ranked Alabama Saturday.
ESPN senior writer Heather Dinich got to spend Saturday with Kirby Hocutt as the Texas Tech athletic director watched the Red Raiders play TCU as he prepared to make his debut as chair of the College Football Playoff Committee.
Three straight losses and the transfer of running back Jalen Hurd creates more heat on Tennessee coach Butch Jones. Via Matt Brown of Sports On Earth.
We’re getting close to firing season in college football and Pete Thamel of SI.com’s Campus Rush looks into the rumored openings and replacements.
Sam Houston State is ranked No. 1 in the FCS and the Bearkats’ offense is the most prolific at that level. Bruce Feldman of Fox Sports.com with profile of coach Phil Longo, the man behind the offense.