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Tuesday  October 14, 2008 Columbus Destroyers (AFL): Chris Boden joins the staff as offensive coordinator.  Boden previously served as OC for the Colorado Crush.  Doug Lytle has been named defensive coordinator.  Lytle spent the past four seasons with the Green Bay Blizzard (AF2). ...

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Tuesday October 14, 2008 Texas (Offensive Staff): 0 turnovers vs. the Oklahoma defense.  The Longhorns totaled 438 yards, converted 6/13 third down opportunities, completed 28-35 passes, and rushed for 161 yards.  But again, 0 turnovers and 0 big mistakes.  Let's give credit to...

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Monday  October 13, 2008 Clemson University: In addition to the Bowden dismissal, reports are that offensive coordinator Rob Spence is also out at Clemson.  The Tigers offense will likely be directed by interim head coach Dabo Swinney. 

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Monday  October 13, 2008  (Breaking News) Clemson University: Tommy Bowden has been dismissed as head football coach at Clemson University this morning.  Assistant Head Coach / Wide Receivers Coach, Dabo Swinney, will serve as the interim head coach the remainder of the season.

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Sunday  October 12, 2008 Weekly Poll Result Which will be more evident after Saturday's Oklahoma vs. Texas game?     41%   Texas DC Will Muschamp needs a head coaching position   32%   Oklahoma OC Kevin Wilson needs a head coaching position   27%   Oklahoma...

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Thursday  October 8, 2008 Southeast Missouri State: SEMO has dismissed athletic director Don Kaverman.

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Thursday  October 8, 2008 Auburn: As expected, Auburn tight ends coach Steve Ensminger will direct the offense the rest of the season.  Coach Tommy Tuberville has announced that Ensminger will not, however, be a candidate to become the Tiger's offensive coordinator after the...

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Wednesday  October 8, 2008  (Breaking News) Auburn: Tony Franklin has been dismissed as Auburn's offensive coordinator a source close to the program told the Opelika-Auburn News on Wednesday afternoon.

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Tuesday  October 7, 2008 Colorado: Dan Hawkins has agreed to a contract extension through 2012.  The new contract takes effect on July 1, 2009.  Hawkins originally signed a five-year, $4.25 million contract, not including incentives, that was to run through Dec. 31, 2010.  Hawkins can...