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Less than a week after UAB head coach Bill Clark announced that he would be stepping down because of health concerns, the Blazers have settled on his replacement for the upcoming season. On Monday, the school announced that it would follow Clark’s recommendations and promote offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach Bryant Vincent to interim head
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Quarterback Jaden Rashada, ranked No. 22 in the ESPN 300 Class of 2023, committed to Miami on Sunday, choosing to join the Hurricanes over offers from LSU, Florida, Mississippi and Texas A&M. Rashada initially wanted to commit on June 18, his father’s birthday, but pushed his announcement eight days to his grandmother’s birthday. The 6-foot-4,
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The next chapter of the Manning family’s football legacy will take place in Texas. Blue-chip quarterback Arch Manning officially announced his commitment to the University of Texas on Thursday via social media. 1 Related Arch is the son of former Ole Miss receiver Cooper Manning, the nephew of two Super Bowl-winning quarterbacks in Peyton and
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12:20 PM ET Pete ThamelESPN The recruitment of blue-chip quarterback Arch Manning, a rare collision of talent, pedigree and possibility, captivated college football for years. Manning ended the intrigue Thursday afternoon, committing to Texas over suitors that included Georgia, Alabama, LSU, Clemson and Virginia. Although Manning has long been considered the top player in the
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2:12 PM ET Tom VanHaaren Close ESPN Staff Writer ESPN staff writer Joined ESPN in 2011 Graduated from Central Michigan Tom Luginbill Close ESPN Analyst Senior National Recruiting Analyst for ESPN.com Coached in four professional football leagues Graduated from Eastern Kentucky and Marshall Arch Manning, the No. 1-ranked college football recruit in the 2023 class,
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If you’ve ever watched Monday Night Football, you have probably heard former Ohio State football players proudly announce their school as “The Ohio State University,” with an emphasis on the word “the,” pronounced with the long “e” like “thee.” That simple article has become part of Ohio State’s culture, and the university has successfully registered
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Ohio State‘s recruiting roll with wide receivers continued on Wednesday, with Noah Rogers joining the fold. Rogers is the third ESPN 300 (No. 57) receiver to commit to the Buckeyes in as many days, joining Carnell Tate (No. 134) and Brandon Inniss (No. 25). 1 Related Rogers, a 6-foot-2, 185-pound wide receiver from Rolesville High
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