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Notre Dame: Tommy Rees explains the hard coaching that NBC cameras caught over the weekend.
Tennessee: Tennessee football is surging; Josh Heupel and staff continuity at root of Vols' early success
Must see: Josh Niblett left Hoover HS (AL) last December after an epic 14-year run with six state titles and a 171-26 record for a job in Georgia. The resources at his new program at Gainesville HS (GA) are unreal. Take a look.
ASun: The league announced today that commissioner Ted Gumbart, who came to the conference staff as its first Assistant Commissioner in the fall of 1991, will retire at the conclusion of the academic year after 32 years of service.
James Spady: Loved ones of Florida A&M's James Spady asking for help after unfortunate in-game medical incident.
Stanford: Stanford football is seeking to hire an assistant director of recruiting operations. This position will report to the Associate Athletics Director, Director of Recruiting and Football Relations (“Recruiting Coordinator”). In this role, they will work closely with all levels of the Stanford Football coaching staff and recruiting staff to support and drive all aspects of best-in-class recruiting for the Football program. This role is a 12-month renewable fixed-term position that is full-time and exempt. For more information and to apply please visit this link.
Over the course of 657 games, primarily with the New York Jets and the Miami Dolphins, legendary special teams coordinator Mike Westhoff was a relentless innovator―constantly figuring out new ways to help the individual skills of hundreds of players surface and develop. All the while, he reinforced the essential qualities of diligence, creativity, and teamwork in a sport built on those traits. In Figure it out, Westhoff shares interviews with dozens of his contemporaries and former players such as Sean Payton, Taysom Hill, and Zach Thomas to provide a rare glimpse of NFL life beyond the field―inside the offices, meeting rooms, and locker rooms with one of the game’s most unforgettable personalities. Buy Figure It Out on Amazon today.
Arizona State: Several candidates could win at Arizona State.... Deion Sanders might be the best choice.
San Diego State: SDSU football is seeking to hire a football operations coordinator. Under the direction of the Head Football Coach, the Football Operations Coordinator will serve as administrative support to the Head Football Coach and football office. The Football Operations Coordinator will also act as the liaison with communications to various internal and external contacts and serve as the first point of contact for the football office. Internal Liaison duties include coordination of the day-to-day operations of the football office and serving as the lead for football office interns and volunteers. This position will interact with all levels of the campus, other university football offices throughout the country, and with staff, student-athletes, parents, alumni, boosters, and various constituencies on campus. For more information and to apply please visit this link.
Oklahoma State: OSU confirms it has no interest in playing its oldest rival once OU leaves the Big 12.
Ole Miss: Lane Kiffin shares that empathy played a role in some of their late game play calling against Georgia Tech.
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