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Apr 1, 2020 Tom Luginbill Close ESPN Analyst Senior National Recruiting Analyst for ESPN.com Coached in four professional football leagues Graduated from Eastern Kentucky and Marshall Craig Haubert Close ESPN Staff Writer National recruiting analyst and analyst for ESPNU More than a decade of college and pro coaching experience. Graduated from Indiana and Nebraska-Omaha Who
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The SEC is exploring whether Alabama will be able to continue using Apple watches to monitor its football players’ physical activities during the league-mandated shutdown caused by the coronavirus pandemic, sources told ESPN on Friday. During a conference call with reporters Thursday, Crimson Tide coach Nick Saban said his program had provided Apple watches to
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Former North Dakota State linebacker and two-time FCS All-American Jabril Cox has committed to transfer to LSU. Cox, who made the announcement on his Twitter page on Thursday, is a graduate transfer and will be immediately eligible to play. Here we Geaux!!📍🐯 pic.twitter.com/p2Q47VW8d6 — Jabril Cox (@_Brillo) April 2, 2020 The 6-foot-3, 229-pound Missouri native
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SYRACUSE, N.Y. — Former Syracuse University head football coach Frank Maloney, who succeeded the winningest coach in school history when the program was in decline, has died. He was 79. Maloney died Monday at his home in Chicago, his family confirmed to the university. The cause was metastatic brain cancer, according to Syracuse.com. “We are
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The SEC announced Tuesday that it was canceling its annual spring meetings scheduled for the last week of May in Destin, Florida, because of issues related to the spread of the coronavirus. “The SEC spring meetings represent one of our conference’s great traditions and provide an opportunity to celebrate the past year, plan for the
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Student-athlete leaders from the Power 5 conferences are seeking an extra year of eligibility for college athletes who didn’t complete their seasons, as well as support for housing and food, as the NCAA Division I Council plans to vote Monday on eligibility relief in the wake of the COVID-19 outbreak. In a joint statement, Power
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The SEC league office has notified its 14 schools that virtual instruction and video conferencing for its football programs will be allowed beginning Monday. The SEC presidents and chancellors had initially voted to suspend all athletic activities, including practices, meetings and other activities, at least through April 15. These updated guidelines will now allow two
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