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The Breakdown - Friday, August 23

Friday August 23, 2013

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The Scoop: From yesterday, both North Carolina Central and West Texas A&M will be in search of new head coaches after this season.

Sonic Drive-In is doing something great for some Oklahoma, Texas and Louisiana schools. Here's an example of a ULM-flavored burger.

Mike Gundy on having three bye weeks this season: “We play the hand we’ve been dealt. I’m not a fan of extended seasons. We try to work our way through it. It is an unusual situation. We try to do the best we can to take care of our athletes.”

Les Miles was set to star in a SyFy original movie until Hurricane Isaac had its say.

The SEC dominates ESPN's list of highest-rated television markets, but not its list of all-time most-watched games.

Arizona ended fall camp the only way fall camp should be ended - with a dance off.

Clemson plays Georgia eight days from today.

The next time a New York Jets player starts to feel sorry for himself, he can go talk to special teams coordinator Ben Kotwica about what it was like to serve in Iraq.

Lane Kiffin delivered ice cream to some USC students. He's never been more popular in Los Angeles.

Can you tell teams are just a little bit excited for fall camp to be over? Here's Texas A&M doing a little bit of locker room jousting.

Jerry Kill has to be the absolute toughest coach in college football. "I got two goals in life. Just two. One is to see all the people in the state of Minnesota proud of their Minnesota Gophers football program again. And two is to drive again. I just want to drive my truck, my elbow out the window, listening to country music."

Stevenson University held a little competition after practice: offensive coordinator Jesse Correll 1-on-1 against defensive backs coach Dustin Johnson. Losing side has to run extra conditioning after practice. Who wins?