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Official: Mack Brown resigns


A new era in Texas football begins. Now.

Interview with Aaron Rodgers (not that one)

Hired in December 2012, Rodgers discusses his soccer influences and what he hopes to bring to the Bobcats program.

Claudio Ranieri.... er... Okay? Okay.


I guess not writing about this isn't going to make it all go away. The Gasperini experiment was a resounding failure so now we move on to Inter's next great hope: Claudio Ranieri. I admit,...

Gian Piero Gasperini, The New Coach


Well, it happened. Inter signed a new coach. Yay? From the horse's mouth: Gian Piero Gasperini will be the new Inter coach. President Massimo Moratti, currently out of Italy, confirmed his "full...

Welcome to Inter Mister Benitez

Well, it is official now - or so says the Inter web page: Rafael Benitez is the new coach of F.C. Internazionale Milano. The official line: Inter welcomes Rafael Benitez. The Spanish coach...

Gregg Doyel Actually Writes about Nebrasketball


I'm sure all the major publications in Nebraska have linked to this a million times over, but it is interesting to see Mr. Doyel writing about our basketball team. I get where he is coming from, though. It's worth noting that he likes to cause controversy every time he opens his mouth, but this time it's pretty good stuff.

Krystkowiak introductory press conference


Utah will introduce Krystkowiak as their next head coach today at two.

Utah basketball losers over the weekend


Utah basketball fell to SDSU over the weekend. They now ready for a showdown against the BYU Cougars.

Hornets Search for New Coach, Bower to Stay on as GM


The Hornets announced today, April 20, that the search for a new head coach will begin immediately and Jeff Bower will resume his sole duties and focus as the team's general manager. "Jeff stepped in to coach in a difficult situation and did a phenomenal job this season serving both roles as head coach and general manager." said Hornets President Hugh Weber. "We had a lot of setbacks with injuries but still competed every night even though our players missed a total of 230 games due to injury. This move allows Jeff to focus as the team's general manager and build off of our great draft successes last season. He has been a valued part of shaping our franchise for a long time and we feel fortunate that Jeff will continue in a major role as GM. We will continue to supplement and evaluate our resources on the basketball side so we can compete and maximize our personnel decisions at the highest level."

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