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The TGIF Roundup: Why games are dragging, Willie Taggart, Will Mushchamp and more

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The Roundup helps you cap off another week with its TGIF edition. Here are a number of outstanding stories that will help you get ready for the weekend. Just click and read.

Who doesn’t love irony? As Dennis Dodd of CBSSports.com reports, the reason for slow college games that last nearly four hours is … fast offenses.

South Florida coach Willie Taggart would be a hot commodity on this season’s coaching market, but right now the “coaching carousel” isn’t spinning that fast. Steven Godfrey of SBNation explains.

One of the reasons for Washington State’s success this season is the team’s aggressive and successful defense. Meet the young coordinator, aka The Grinch Who Steals Opponents Offenses. Via ESPN senior writer Chris Low.

Yes, the SEC East Division is a hot mess … and it can get worse. Andy Staples of SI.com’s Campus Rush explains how the East could wind up in a six-way tie for first.

One of those SEC East teams in the thick of the race is South Carolina, which drew a lot of criticism for hiring former Florida coach Will Muschamp. Dan Wolken of USA Today writes how that now looks like the correct choice.

Behind every successful man is a woman who helps make him successful. Meet Michelle Herman, who stuck by and supported her husband Tom as he chased his football career. Pete Thamel of SI.com’s Campus Rush reports.

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