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Eddie Vanderdoes Jr. vividly remembers his first football game...The memory inspires an impish grin that looked out of place on the face of a 6-foot-4, 305-pound football player. "He really smelled," Vanderdoes added. This is the happy-go-lucky
In two stints spanning 12 seasons as the Steelers' defensive coordinator, he has engineered their vaunted 3-4 scheme into one of the most feared units in the league. What a prime challenge, then, for the Bears' new offense under coach Marc Trestman.
Saturday, Aug. 10, 2013 Luke has worked for The News & Observer since 2000. He covered the Carolina Hurricanes and the NHL before becoming a sports columnist in August 2008. Kareem Martin hopes to be next in one line, the parade of North Carolina
Mark Stoops doesn't even need all 140 characters to summate Twitter: "See?...The Kentucky coach is learning quickly that things said in a private meeting might be public domain in 30 seconds or less. That's about how long it took for news to get out
Blame the idyllic 70-degree weather, the walks on the beach or being stupid enough to swim in the frigid Pacific Ocean, but optimism is bountiful here...It should be noted, however, I remain committed to a 10-6 record until it actually happens; law
IT feels like a football riddle, like some sort of upside-down sports enigma that does not make any sense...As backward as that might seem, the Giants say it is undeniably true. So as the players prepare for Sunday's critical game against the
Coach Jim Mora installed Angus McClure as defensive line coach. McClure had spent most of his college career working with offensive linemen and tight ends. He had never coached defensive linemen on the that level, and had spent three of his previous
Junior all-purpose player Walter Powell of Murray State was a first-team selection. His Racers teammate, senior quarterback Casey Brockman, was named to the second team. Eastern Kentucky senior offensive lineman Aaron Adams received third-team honors.
Baltimore Sun columnist Mike Preston answers a selection of reader questions after the Ravens' 43-13 loss to the Houston Texans on Sunday. Boyne: The defense looks to have lost its swagger, the way it did when Greg Mattison took over for Rex Ryan. Is
But if it works so well, why aren't more teams using it all the time? Well, it leaves gaping holes on the inside, and if the defensive linemen are going all-in on the pass rush on nearly every play, who is left to stop the run? The wide-nine quickly