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The Scoop on What You Missed This Week

It's now June, which means this time next month we'll be able to say, "college football starts next month." It's the little things in life....

The Starting Five: Our five best stories of the week.

- The hottest ticket in college football belongs to.........Old Dominion?

- With the NCAA baseball tournament underway, we tabulated the 11 Division I programs that appeared in the football, basketball and baseball postseasons. 

- Does staff size equate to winning? A look at the largest and smallest coaching staffs in the NFL. 

- How do you beat an elite defensive mind? According to Philadelphia Eagles offensive line coach Jeff Stoutland, you make him uncomfortable.

- What's the best way to build a successful coaching career? Here are five characteristics that each succcessful coach shares. 

The Film Room: A sampling of the best videos we posted this week.

- Les Miles cascaded down a 24-story building and we have the pictures and video to prove it. 

- Inside the creative process of Baylor's new uniforms. 

- Looking back to 2012 a bit to see Oregon's filthy season highlight reel. 

- A great 2013 hype video from Middle Tennessee. 

- If you're a high school linebacker, this video will make you want to go to Penn State. 

- Speaking of recruiting, the first installment in Miami's new series will play great with the Hurricanes' prospects. 

- One of the most passionate coaches in college football, P.J. Fleck shares his vision for Western Michigan football. 

The Best in Non-Coaching News: Busy week this week for late May.

- The SoCon has announced the additions of VMI, East Tennessee State and Mercer. Why fans of each program should thank a Pittsburgh or Syracuse fan for their good fortune. 

- The Pac-12 has announced its early-season TV schedule. Thursday nights are about to get even better. 

- The American Athletic Conference has revealed its official logos. 

- Three more coaches have been chosen to the College Football Hall of Fame. 

- Among the things talked about but not decided on at this week's SEC meetings: installing an official drug testing policy and changing the league's scheduling format

- Things actually decided on at this week's Big 12 meetings: the conference will use an eighth official this fall, and the league's bowl line-up was finalized. 

- In the immortal words of Anchorman's Ron Burgundy and Brian Fantana, "Gordon Gee, why don't you stop talking for a while? Maybe sit the next couple plays out."