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2010 Coaches Quick Hits

Monday March 1, 2010

Quoting Mark Richt:"Well, in the secondary, it's going to be a little different philosophy. We were more of a boundary corner, field corner. That's not to say we won't continue to do that, but the boundary corner in our old scheme was counted on to do a lot of run support, a lot of run support. I don't know if well be doing quite as much of that. So that might change who plays the boundary and who plays the field. We still may go left-right in that regard, so I think were going to be experimenting a little bit at the corner position."

Mack Brown thinks it is a "very, very poor" coaching rule:Link...

David Cutcliffe talks scrimmage: "There were a lot of great lessons learned today. I thought it was everything I like as a head coach. Our defense set the tempo, and the offense fought back. There were some plays made in the red zone, which I'd been wanting to see offensively. I thought our defense kind of surged back for the most part there during third downs, and it's good to see some young players make plays."

Article on new Miami assistants Rick Petri, Mike Cassano:Link... 

South Carolina makes little money on bowl game: Gamecocks received $997,200 for their bowl appearance. Their expenses? $995,583, meaning they "hauled in" a whopping $1,617 for their four-day excursion to Birmingham. Link...

T. Boone Pickens' total to Oklahoma State up to $405 million: Since 2003, Pickens has given the university an additional $405 million in cash gifts, including $248 million for its football stadium, which is named after him, said Brent Gooden, a spokesman for Oklahoma State.