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OU football notebook: Success on field breeds confidence, Riley says about communication between coaches and players

Riley: What worked for coaches as players might not work now Oklahoma coach Lincoln Riley cited a team needing to hear a “new voice” as part of the rationale for dismissing Mike Stoops and promoting Ruffin McNeill to defensive coordinator last week. On Monday, he was asked if that illustrates that it

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LSU to face another top rushing offense in Mississippi State; "This is totally different"

Breiden Fehoko acknowledged the question. “I know we're going to see more quarterback runs this game,” said Fehoko, LSU's junior defensive lineman. “Something we haven't seen since…” He paused. Considered. “I'm trying to think if anybody really ran the ball quarterback-wise.” “La Tech

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Rabalais: On Coach O, field-rushing fans and a feel-good Haka dance

Of Coach O, fineable fan behavior and the Haka dance … One of the planks of the Ed Orgeron administration is he never wants the focus to be on him. That's going to be harder to do if LSU keeps winning. Before the season, Orgeron was pegged to be sitting on one of the hottest seats in college football

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Final goodbye to college football coaching great Gagliardi

Hundreds of mourners have turned out to say goodbye to John Gagliardi, college football's winningest coach. About 1,500 people filled St. John's Abbey Church in Collegeville, Minnesota, on Monday for Gagliardi's funeral. The St. Cloud Times reports that as Gagliardi's coffin was wheeled

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No. 6 Michigan up against history at No. 24 Michigan State

ANN ARBOR, Mich. — No. 6 Michigan is in great shape if the past truly does not matter when it plays No. 24 Michigan State this weekend. Shea Patterson has become an effective, dual-threat quarterback and he showed it in a 38-13-win over No. 15 Wisconsin . The defense ranks first in the nation against

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