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Gary Robin Pinkel (born April 27, 1952) is an American football coach and former player. He is currently the head football coach at the University of Missouri, a position he has held...

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  • SEC Preseason Power Rankings -- No. 12

      News Source: Ledger-Enquirer | 11 days ago
    The spectacle that is SEC media days ended earlier this week. But with the newly-expanded four-day media event over, we're at a bit of a loss. Fall camp is still weeks away; the regular season is even further, with the 2014 campaign kicking off at
  • UK notebook: Brown goes back to basics with QBs

      News Source: Lexington Herald-Leader | 12 days ago
    Like most Kentucky fans, Neal Brown was not a big fan of how the Cats finished last season. So UK's offensive coordinator picked up the phone and made many, many calls. He called the so-called quarterback gurus, some former quarterbacks, some Air
  • Missouri's Mauk ready for SEC close-up

      News Source: Merced Sun-Star | 14 days ago
    Missouri quarterback Maty Mauk proved this week he's not ready to be a star in the Southeastern Conference, if only for one reason. Upon arriving at the Hyatt Regency Wynfrey Hotel for SEC media days, Mizzou's contingent had to summon a league
  • Michael Sam Delivers Emotional Speech After Receiving Arthur Ashe Courage ...

      News Source: Towleroad | 15 days ago
    The way I see it, my responsibility at this moment in history is to stand up for everybody out there who wants nothing more than to be themselves openly. Recently, a friend asked me to talk to his sister, a young woman who was considering killing
  • Bielema: Uptempo dangers fact not fiction

      News Source: The News Tribune | 16 days ago
    For the second straight year, the Arkansas coach had to respond at Southeastern Conference media days to another coach's skepticism about his contention that fast-paced offenses are hazardous to defensive players. A year ago, Auburn's Gus Malzahn
  • Joe Medley: 'Crisp jog' sounds bad for pace offenses

      News Source: Ledger-Enquirer | 16 days ago
    It's hard to decide what sounds more absurd in the debate about pace offenses in college football and what to do about them. There's the laughable notion that attempts to regulate pace offenses were ever about player safety. That was a way to meet
  • SEC media days: Missouri's Maty Mauk ready for full season as starter

      News Source: Ledger-Enquirer | 16 days ago
    Three or four warmup passes, no air in his helmet and his chinstraps loose, Maty Mauk was thrown to the wolves in the fourth quarter against Georgia last season. With then-Missouri starter James Franklin sidelined with a shoulder injury, Mauk had his
  • Unproven Missouri still confident in SEC football

      News Source: Miami Herald | 16 days ago
    Missouri made a surprising run to the top of the Southeastern Conference's Eastern Division in just its second year in the league...The Tigers lost a huge chunk of their team after finishing 12-2 last season, including 7-1 in the SEC...But new

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