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Lawrence :: KS :: USA | almost 3 years ago

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Kansas coach Turner Gill spends a lot of time talking about things that don't ever show up on a stat sheet. He wants the players in his young program to play with passion, to communicate with each other and to finish plays. Coming off a disappointing

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Morgantown :: WV :: USA | almost 3 years ago

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West Virginia's new offense has just one goal heading into the spring game today: score. Seems simple enough, considering the goal of every offense is to put points on the scoreboard. But it carries more meaning in the annual Gold-Blue Game today at

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San Fernando :: CA :: USA | almost 3 years ago

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Although loaded with defensive-line talent, this NFL draft class is not considered strong. It includes a record 56 underclassmen, many of whom are difficult to evaluate because of their limited college experience...Andrew Luck's decision to remain at

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Cincinnati :: OH :: USA | almost 3 years ago

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Many have him ranked second, but it looks as though Carolina will make him first...Big, tall prototypical QB who did not play in an offensive style that will fit the NFL's. Always in the shotgun and might be best suited to a dink-and-dunk style...

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Baltimore :: MD :: USA | almost 3 years ago

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Some teams don't even carry a fullback and deploy extra tight ends as blocking backs instead. The teams that use fullbacks, such as the Chiefs, consign them to short-yardage and goal-line situations with some special-teams duty. Still, players like

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Morgantown :: WV :: USA | almost 3 years ago

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Dana Holgorsen stands on the sideline at Mountaineer Field looking much like a third-base coach on a baseball field. Forget high-tech headsets or laminated signs; Holgorsen uses hand signals to relay messages to his offense. "That's what I do," said

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Birmingham :: AL :: USA | 3 years ago

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The coaching change at Pitt has brought a new offensive philosophy, a new offense and presumably a lot of new faces playing in a lot of different positions. But as spring football drills conclude Saturday with the annual Blue-Gold game at Heinz Field,

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Chicago :: IL :: USA | 3 years ago

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You will not find a Troy Aikman or Peyton Manning in this draft...With an absence of elite quarterback prospects, teams might try to invent them. No one will be surprised if the Panthers pick Cam Newton first. Quarterbacks will be popular on the

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Morgantown :: WV :: USA | 3 years ago

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When West Virginia's Tyler Urban first heard in December Dana Holgorsen would be the Mountaineers' offensive coordinator, he was a little worried. It wasn't that Urban heard anything bad about Holgorsen. He just wasn't sure how he would fit into

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East Pittsburgh :: PA :: USA | 3 years ago

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Junior running back Ray Graham had a lot of personal success in the pro-style offense former coach Dave Wannstedt ran during Graham's first two seasons at Pitt. A reserve behind Dion Lewis in 2009 and '10, he rushed for 922 yards and eight touchdowns

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