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Louisville coach Bobby Petrino has been able to overcome a personal transgression to redeem his career but the great Dan Wetzel of Yahoo!Sports writes that he doesn’t think it will be as easy for ex-Baylor coach Art Briles to do the same.
Freshman quarterback Jacob Eason, fresh off a heroic game at Missouri, can’t talk about it because Georgia first-year coach Kirby Smart’s policy bans freshmen from doing interviews.
A similar policy by former Georgia quarterback and offensive coordinator Mike Bobo, now the coach at Colorado State, has Denver Post columnist Mark Kiszla all turnt up.
Oregon State’s offensive linemen are closer than most units because so many of them have overcome illness and tragedy.
Chris Hammons, a captain on Oklahoma’s 2000 national championship team, has always considered himself a survivor … and now he’s on the CBS reality show “Survivor.”
Miami’s run defense is one of the nation’s best so far and here are some of the reasons why.
If there’s a three-way tie between Louisville, Clemson and Florida State, here’s how the Atlantic Coast Conference intends to decide the winner of the Atlantic Division.